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VALLEY QUEEN - ( http://www.valleyqueenmusic.com/ )Americana Indie Rock – Valley Queen has blended their bluesy southern rock influences into creating an Americana Indie rock phenomenon that is lighting up stages all across the country. There is nothing more California centric than this band. In the past year, Valley Queen has toured across the West Coast, recorded their “Our Vinyl Sessions,” and debuted their official music video “Who Ever Said.” The band has played along side other groups such as Lucero, LP, The Broadcast, and The Greyhounds while also making appearances at festivals such as CMJ, SXSW, Lightning in a Bottle Festival, Echo Park Rising, and Outside Lands Music Festival. TINY DESK CONCERT: http://www.npr.org/2016/07/07/485087470/valley-queen-tiny-desk-concert VIDEO: “Who Ever Said” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=js1tFdCNzFs VIDEO: “In My Place” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HqPk2A5p2Q VIDEO: “Hold on You” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h55G7sw0jsg VIDEO: “My Man” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aADmLurtF-8 Valley Queen “Home Videos” Lightning in a Bottle 2016 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYLQ6oam6dQ&app=desktop PRESS: Local // Village Voice // HuffPost // Stereogum // Brooklyn Vegan “As she sings for a life raft (“lyrics”), the band parades forward with clean guitar and impassioned performance, subtle country licks hiding in the background. If you haven’t listened to Valley Queen come the end of the year, well, you messed up.” - Consequence of Sound 2016 - Top 10 songs Songs of the Week “Driven by the impassioned vocals of Natalie Carol – tones that shiver in all the perfect places- “My Man” is a song that smacks of rolling hills and freeform dancing, a kind of pop imbued with Laurel Canyons vapors and alt country angles and a top down free spiritedness.” – NOISEY Music By Vice 2016 "Meadors’ sweet yet compelling vocals weave in and out of spaghetti Western guitar riffs while the percussion gallops in the verses and the chorus soars and swoops back down just before another rip-roaring build-up.” http://buzzbands.la/2014/06/10/ears-wide-open-valley-queen/ “Valley Queen’s sound is influenced by artists such as Duane Allman and Joni Mitchell, and it will undoubtedly inspire you to dust off your record collection and revisit old favorites. They’re the type of band that will restore appreciation for classic roots rock, while reassuring listeners that plenty of contemporary bands are still reinventing the genre. The way songs such as “Carnival” crescendo from Carol’s timid, controlled vocals into instrumentally charged, belting melodies gives the Americana-driven music a rock-fueled modern edge.”- http://lamusicblog.com/2015/10/interview/featured-artist-valley-queen/