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The Lonetones CDs
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CD produced in 2006, Nature Hatin' Blues
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CD produced in 2004, Useful
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THE LONETONES REVIEWS   americana
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“The LoneTones specialize in a singular approach to Appalachian pop that's almost unimaginably sweet and certain to please even the most discerning fan of Americana, alt-country and old-time string ensembles. Soulful songwriting and elegant arrangements abound on the band's two full-lengths, especially 2006’s Nature Hatin’ Blues, which at moments evokes the sense of an Appalachian Belle and Sebastian — only better. The band is composed of Steph Gunnoe on guitar and vocals, Sean McCollough on guitar, mandolin, banjo and vocals, bass player Maria Williams, Steve Corrigan on drums and glockenspiel, and drummer emeritus Phil Pollard. This group is a true musical gem.”
—Andy Kessler, Knoxville: From Country Roots to Sludge Metal on
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“I am grateful for whatever divine force brought Steph Gunnoe and Sean McCollough together. In addition to their marriage and family, their union has also spawned incredibly beautiful original Americana music....”
—Debra Dylan, knoxville520.com

Nature Hatin’ Blues: What a charming little album! Their melodies ring.”
—Sing Out Magazine

“Steph Gunnoe’s voice is Appalachian and honest and never overused. Likewise, her melodies and lyrics are smart, catchy and distinctive.”
—Wayne Bledsoe, Knoxville News Sentinel

“Their music rings from the mountains of Appalachia with a reverent, enduring and, at times, conflicted spirit. The band mates shoulder their geography with craft and care.”
—Bradley Hanson, Knoxville Voice

"The Soil We Grew Up In" is featured a on Knoxville compilation CD.
“The disc includes internationally known acts, including Scott Miller, Donald Brown and RobinElla, and artists who deserve international recognition, including Christabel and the Jons, the Lonetones, Senryu, the American Plague and Sci-Fi Lovestory.”
—Wayne Bledsoe, Knoxville News Sentinel


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