Glide Magazine reviews Mail the Horse’s set in NYC at Mercury Lounge

imageedit_2_7378789711“Opening up the bill was a band with roots in rural New England, but ultimately formed in Brooklyn, Mail The Horse. The five piece ensemble, consisting of drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, and pedal steel guitar, played a brand of laid-back country rock reminiscent of the Rolling Stones around the time when Keith Richards started doping with Gram Parsons (think “Wild Horses” or “Dead Flowers”). Their songs have an unmistakably timeless quality about them and most tunes you could swear you’ve heard somewhere in your parents’ CD collection while some, like their reworking of the Beatles classic “Don’t Let Me Down”,  you’re sure you have. Guitarist/vocalist Donny Amidon got people shuffling with whats he’s been told is his “best song for boogieing”, a catchy break up number entitled “Flowers and Gasoline” in the vein of The Flying Burrito Brothers.” READ MORE…

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