Red River is a band from West of the Mississippi River in Minnesota. The husband and wife team of Dave and Michelle Anderson write, sing and record these songs in their home studio. Michelle's earthy, rootsy songs combine with Dave's Rock sensibilities to bring a unique flair to Red River. From down-home Country Honky Tonk music to folks praying for rain, it's Alt Country, NeoTraditionalist and Americana all the way, with a bit of Pop flair. Dave also writes and sings Rock, Pop and New Traditionalist songs with a nod toward his earlier Minneapolis roots.
Together the Andersons have created the Red River sound, with musical influences ranging far and wide. Michelle's influences include musical heroes like Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Roy Orbison, and a bit of the Beatles, of course. Dave's influences include Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Ray Davies, the Rolling Stones, and also the Beatles, of course! Michelle writes NeoTraditionalist and Americana music, perhaps about the simpler places and times that live on in our memories. Dave's music combines elements of guitar Rock with the Pop sensibilities of artists like Paul McCartney and Brian Wilson. Both artists write songs about love, life and just muddling through -- all the big universal stuff. It's the combination of their styles that creates that something unique and special about Red River.
Mid-tempo male/female duet, with acoustic guitars like those one would find in an Eagles song. Indifference, disillusionment, hard-scrabble times; the end of a relationship. Conjures images of the dust bowl days. Mixed Vocals, Americana, Americana
A country rock song, in the tradition of the Eagles and Fleetwood Mac. Female vocals, with male backing vocals. Unique mix of instruments, that create an aura of a storm building. Female Vocals, Country, Country Rock
A sweet pop-ish song, reminiscent of the innocent Carnaby Street sixties. Female vocals, and some la-la-la's. A garden wedding, a bride and groom, love, family, romance. Female Vocals, Americana, Americana (pending)
Wanting to have one more chance to talk to that special person. Country ballad with beautiful female vocals, and a theme of wishing to talk with someone special now gone, explored in such hits as Bread's "Everything I Own" and "The Living Years" by Mike and the Mechanics, among many others. Female Vocals, Country, Country Traditional
Having a good time on a Saturday night. Reminiscent of 1960's honky tonks. Line dance style country track is pure toe tapping fun. Female vocals, lively guitar breaks. Female Vocals, Country, Country Traditional
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