The Union Revivalis creating Original Music, Deep Conversation and General Merriment!
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Digital downloads of new songs and unreleased tracks, as well as access to patrons only feed with articles and videos about the songs stories, lyrics, and behind the scenes songwriting process.
Digital downloads of new songs and unreleased tracks, as well as access to patrons only feed with articles and videos about the songs stories, lyrics, and behind the scenes songwriting process. collaboration to the songwriting process through livestream video chats.
About The Union Revival
They have a 10-year daughter and 7-year old son that both love music as well and are learning the family trade.
They’re modern storyteller/folk rock sound with a bit of Americana and acoustic rock vibe weaves vivid storytelling with haunting melodies. They draw musical influence from artists like The Civil Wars, David Wilcox, Bruce Cockburn, Mark Cohn, Mumford and Sons, Allison Krause, Johnny Cash, Chris Stapleton and Ray LaMontagne.
"Our hope is that our songs, whether they are heard in a hole in the wall coffee shop, Saloon or sidewalk…will ring true and resonate with someone’s heart. Maybe we can put to music what someone has been trying to say but could not find the words. We love people, authenticity and telling the story of the struggles and victories that are common to all of us. Regardless of race, color, wealth or creed we are all on this journey trying to find meaning, love and purpose. We love finding those stories as we meet people on our journey, and share our story with them.
14 years of writing, giging, burning up the roads into the early morning, being rich, being broke, having plenty, and having nothing, married for thirteen years and moving 10 times...to tell the stories of this crazy journey.... And I wouldn't change a minute or a single breath of the journey to HERE.” - The Union Revival
But now most of our gear is constantly breaking and i am repairing every few weeks. It is time to update to a newer and better system, and we desperately need to.