We decided to do something new for us, so we covered these two beautiful songs. The first is a romantic ballad written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin and the second is a dance song written by the young Canadian singer and songwriter Tenille Townes.
The first two releases of 2020 were born in a very particular condition. The first one was There Is More, written before the virus invaded our Country. It’s an anthem to the small things of every day of which we lose the real value sometime and in the middle of virus pandemia it sounds like an admonition before all happened. Then, the second song comes to our minds, staying on our home sofa during the virus pandemia. It is a dream, a paint, a movie by which we could fly far away with our minds. We decided to make a music video, with our guys playing each one at home, to fix this very hard moment in our minds.
It is particularly dear album to us because we felt it was time to talk about ourselves as we always do really, but not only with dances in our minds. This time we felt more story-tellers rather than dance-song-writers. Nevertheless our songs are danced and this fills us with joy, it’s a dream that keeps on coming true.
We also wanted to pay a tribute with a cover that we are fond of, which used to open our gigs when we started from 2013, that is Play Something Country by Brooks & Dunn.
Seven songs of the ten contained in the album were already published and danced all around.
Ain’t Love and Present Heroes are the two brand new releases presented at the Crazy Bulls & Friends Festival last July 13th in Lido di Dante – Ravenna.
Ain’t Love were chosen by the Spanish choreographer of country dance Edu Roldos Carrau who wrote e dance on it and presented it in a workshop at the festival.
Present Heroes was chosen as well by two French choreographers Manu Santos and Algaly Fofana who jointly presented it at the festival.
Sometime Leda wants me to sing some songs so, this time she wrote these lyrics for me, an introspective autobiographic song on my western sound! Steve
Our first single in 2019 is out now on the best digital stores worldwide. This song is a hymn to freedom and a tribute to nature.
And here we are with our 4th album. The ballad that gives the title to the album, had been in a drawer for quite some time and finally we thought it was time to take it out. It talks about when time ago, we tried to set out and follow a path which was all ours, we dreamt of producing our own songs, of writing our own music, our lyrics and speak our feelings, a dream that came true but after a long time. Everyone was telling us that it was too late, that we were too old, we didn’t have the right look and the record labels were not interested in the music alone without all the rest i.e. but this was not our thought, especially for country music where the main point is essence. So, no one opened the front door, but there is always a backdoor you can get in from. What is important is to be able to express one’s feelings and then it will be the people who will judge if it is right or wrong. That’s all.
Not one but three releases all at once at the Belt Festival 2018, Padua, Italy. Two songs danced in contest, ‘No Morn No Noon’ at the 4th place and ‘Daddy I’m Your Girl’ at the 5th place and one presented in a dance workshop by our country dance choreographer Anna Taroni, a song dedicated to her, ‘Still Part Of Me’. Go to our Discography and listen to our music!