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The Sweet Remains Song Writer Finalist


11/12/2009
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Folk-pop trio The Sweet Remains have been announced as Top Twelve Finalists in The New York Songwriters Circle 2009 Songwriting Contest.

The band's dreamy escape song 'Easy', from their debut CD 'Laurel & Sunset', is the nominated track they'll perform it live at a finale event at The Bitter End in NYC on November 18th.

If 'Easy' is selected among the Top Five on the 18th, the band will return to The Bitter End on November 19th for another round of performances.

The band is a collaboration between accomplished singer/songwriters Rich Price, Greg Naughton and Brian Chartrand. With three-part harmonies and a distinctive, modern sound, The Sweet Remains deliver an eminently listenable folk-rock debut that finds its home somewhere on the road where Wilco meets CSN. Their CD 'Laurel & Sunset' is available now via iTunes, Amazon and most online outlets, and features songs written by each band member as well as inspired co-writes. TSR has proven that in a time when the music scene is dominated by solo artists and bands driven primarily by one writer and singer, a multi-lead-singer group can sound both familiar and completely fresh.

The Sweet Remains On Tour In November:
11/13 Tin Angel Philadelphia, Pa
11/14 Sarah's Wine Bar Ridgefield, Ct
11/15 Canal Room New York City
11/18 The Bitter End Nyc Songwriters Circle Top 12 Finalists
11/19** The Bitter End** Nyc (**Only If Chosen To Top Five Of
Songwriters Circle)
11/23 Iron Horse Northampton, Ma
11/29 Club Passim Cambridge, Ma
12/13 Voce Lounge Scottsdale, Az



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