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It Ain't Hard Rock But Fantastic Nonetheless

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Matt Webb ( ex- Marianas Trench)

 

 

Joan :

 

Matt Nathanson :

 

 

My Little Dog China

 

Cherry Pools :

 

Rihanna

 

David Archuleta

 

 

Richie Kotzen : 

 

 

Binocular

 

Kane Brown

nevermind the country type vocals. The choruses are simply awesome.

 

 

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Some cool stuff there. I really dig the Matt Webb stuff and will seek asap. 

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Creed

 

 

Sugerbomb

 

 

Graham Colton

 

 

 

 

 

Low Millions

 

 

Staind

 

 

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