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Hometown Hotel

by The No Good Deeds

An original tale that digs deep into the heart of love and loss, woven with a blend of Americana, roots country, and folk rock.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Hometown Hotel
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2. Annelisa
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3. Don't Come Back
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4. Single Malt
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5. End of Days
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Chattanooga songwriter Derick Anderson heads up The No Good Deeds, a four piece whose members feel as comfortable jamming on the back porch as they do on the stage. Their latest EP, Hometown Hotel, is resplendent with ballads of love and loss. The album showcases the range of the band, from guitar and cello duos to full band folk rock, grounded in a sound that is authentic, raw, and alive. The EP tells a true story, the first two songs written inside the Chattanooga Choo Choo, the "hometown hotel" referenced in the title track. It is the bared soul of Anderson's writing, combining despair and hope, resignation and courage, and above all, unflinching vulnerability and introspection.

Recorded at the Chattanooga Public Library and Arch Audio Records, this effort is entirely a local production of the thriving Chattanooga music scene, and exemplifies the stripped down Southern roots still found on the streets, railroads, and bridges of East Tennessee.

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