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Free Download: Great Escape EP by KORBEE

Artist: Korbee (Facebook)
Album: Great Escape EP

It all started one night in a small apartment in Cincinnati. Then it moved to a much smaller apartment in New York City. Then it moved west. Now it's...everywhere. We are Tom and Jenn Korbee, and we are songwriters, in the truest sense. Our lives, our thoughts, our truths are spilled out in the music we write. Struggle, hope, perseverance, love (in its most honest, and sometimes harsh form) all permeate through, and form the bedrock of the world that we create in our songs. We write sweeping melodies coupled with honest, creative lyrics. Our music challenges today's listeners to think and listen a little deeper while sitll giving them the pop/rock smash that they have been raised to expect. Korbee pulls no punches when delivering our truth. We have traveled a desolate road in search of a new, familiar sound; something that pays homage to their roots in rock, folk and blues, while bridging the gap to contemporary pop music. 



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