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A Tune for the Road

Gabrielle Azi
A review of "Road to Nowhere" by Michael Tiffany
Written February 16th, 2017, 7:27 pm by

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There is something about “Road to Nowhere” that just screams you should listen to it while you are on the open roads with your windows rolled all the way down and top pulled back, but that could just because of the title. Michael Tiffany's track is one that can be appreciated by the 1980s rock crowd. There is a little bit of a Dire Straits meets The Rolling Stones type of tone coming from “Road to Nowhere” but of course with Tiffany's own style. He knows his way around a guitar which stands out in the track. Speaking of which “Road to Nowhere” is a song that could easily be heard in a 1980 and even 1990 film. It is a song you can easily imagine set to the backdrop of pink and orange skies as the car cruises through the Sonoran Desert. Rock-n-roll purists should make sure to give this song a spin or two.

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