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Dracut, MA--August 15, 2005--Stan Swiniarski is an international independent Americana recording artist. As a solo performer, Stan has opened for acts such as America and hit Nashville songwriters such as Steve Seskin, Jon Ims and Jerry Vandiver. Stan has played at world-famous venues such as the Bluebird Café in Nashville, TN, and Club Passim in Cambridge, MA. In 2005, he received many honors including NACMAI Album of the Year - Country, Grassy Hill Kerrville New Folk Finalist, and NHCMA Song of the Year: "Nothin’ Good’s Goin’ on Today." It only seemed natural for Stan to follow up all of this success with another album filled with his down to earth lyrics and country music. The new album Ain’t That Love, is set to steal your heart away and get your feet tapping right from the start. It is exactly what the title says- it is all about the love, and the kind of feeling families have for one another.
Stan pulls up a chair in your living room and sits right beside you, wraps his arms around you, and gives you a big old bear hug with his wonderful music. He has a rare and precious talent that most artists strive for but never attain. His song craftsmanship and approach hit you right between the eyes then travel straight to the heart in one fell swoop. Besides the stirring title track, which is liable to moisten your eyes a bit if you are a dad and have a son, gets you in the right frame of mind after all the drinking and nonsense is out of the way. The album kicks off with “Drinkin’ Cap,” which is a familiar refrain in the world of music in any genre, then Stan gets down to the business of life on life’s terms as a parent with songs such as “Little Eyes Watching” and “Both Sides Of The Coin.”
This man checks his ego at the door before he goes into the studio to record, in fact, I do not think there is an egoistical bone in his body. You can tell by his lyrics that he is a dedicated family man with a lot to share with his children and anyone that wants to hear his message through the music. Some of the words deal with the tough realities of life although he is no stranger to the joys that family can bring and he covers each aspect with equal time. If its emotion and good original country music you seek, then Stan Swiniarski delivers it on Ain’t That Love. There is not a thing over produced nor is there the polish and gleam of Top 40 found in this music, it is the real deal, just like his lyrics.
Catch Stan and his act Sunday, August 21 in Epsom, NH at Laurie's Ride: Breast Cancer Benefit, Circle 9 Ranch, at 2:00 PM.
The ride benefits The deNicola Breast Care Center at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center (Nashua), and The Norris Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (Manchester).
Management/Booking: Mark Bryant
Plymouth Rock Records
Sandwich Village, MA 02563
Press/Media: Liz Winchester
Red Haired Girl Publicity
Stan's Website: http://www.stancountry.com
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