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Single Review: THE AMERICAN RELICS “The Good Always Come Through” Featuring John Gitano

“The Good Always Come Through” by THE AMERICAN RELICS is a country western sensation with vibes of Jimmy Buffet’s “Margaritaville” calypso ambience. Smooth sailing for this song, easy to listen to, well done and compelling. Great harmonies by lead vocalists John Gitano (front man of the band) and Adrienne Dugger (worldwide opera star).

True country music is imbibed with honesty, sincerity, and real-life experiences. It is recognized as having its roots and folk music of the Southeast and cowboy music of the West. She usually vocalizes simply and with harmony, and is typified by romantic or melancholy ballads, accompanied by acoustic or electric string instruments. THE AMERICAN RELICS hit the nail on the head with their new hit. 

Aside from lead man John Gitano and opera supreme Adrienne Dugger the band consists of Ian Zane, Nelson Montana, Josh Salant, and Joni Ernst. Each are considered to be world class musicians in their own right however adding their talent to a faction waiting to explode. The band can write and perform every genre imaginable taking their influences from music of the 70’s and reinventing it for our current music industry. 

“The Good Always Come Through” stands out as a possible leading country tune. It goes beyond the country music requirements and celebrates a fresh new take on songs the band has released in the past. I’m excited to see where this song takes THE AMERICAN RELICS.

5/5 Stars 


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