“Even The Undertaker” is the debut album by Florida-based Tracy Horenbein and Once Great Estate. Horenbein also registers under the nickname Tracy Chow.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida, United States, August 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Tallahassee, Florida natives Once Great Estate are excited to share with you the release of their full debut album, “Even The Undertaker”. A sequel to the hit EP “Saint Augustine”, “Even The Undertaker” seeks to build on that momentum and put North Florida music on the national radar. Featuring a dynamic mix of instruments, “Even The Undertaker” draws traditional folk and country styles with a contemporary vibe suited to the pulse of today’s music. Emphasizing this diverse complement of sounds, singer / guitarist Tracy Horenbein uses a rich Southern twang harmonization, paired with a majestic vocal range to grab the listener’s attention and push the boundaries of what the American genre can truly offer. . Once Great Estate also features bassist Jeffrey Chagnon, guitarist / mandolin F. Matthew Burns, violinist / guitarist Christopher Ash and drummer Steve Burke who complete the assemblage of highly skilled and professional musicians who focus on fun and challenge. of their audience.
“Even The Undertaker” is an eight track offering containing newly recorded material, which nicely adds to the growing catalog of released singles and the aforementioned EP. A comprehensive journey through the themes of belonging, love, conflict, and resolution, “Even The Undertaker” uses colorful narrative to tell sweeping stories of the Southern region while performing rich metaphors for engaging. the listener.
Seeking to showcase this new material, Once Great Estate will be performing throughout the state of Florida, while also branching out. Normally an electrified 5-piece, they sometimes perform quieter acoustic shows in more intimate listening rooms. Amplified or traditional, the sincere and thoughtful writing and musicality shine through in every performance.
When Tracy Horenbein is not performing with Once Great Estate, she composes ambient music under the nickname Tracy Chow. His instrumental compositions have been featured in numerous independent documentaries and films, as well as in meditation and yoga compilations. She was also featured on The Guardian Magazine’s May 2021 Folk Album of the Month, for her solo singer-songwriter work on Slow Movement’s folk compilation “Future Folk”. She also runs the Neve-based Indianhead Factory recording studio in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband.
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