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Happy Curmudgeons Release Timeless Single 'All On You', a Melodic Journey of Personal Responsibility



The Happy Curmudgeons return with their signature fusion of influences, from Bob Dylan to the Beatles, in their latest single "All On You." A product of the creative partnership between Jeff Warner and Dave Hamilton, the track is an introspective examination of personal responsibility, wrapped up in an inviting package of acoustic guitar, fretless bass, and warm vocals.

Crafted over two decades ago by Warner, "All On You" stands as a testament to the enduring power of heartfelt songwriting. The blend of rhythmic guitar, Amy Dixon-Lavery's captivating backup vocals, and the seasoned beats from Pepe' Espinosa, all make this track as timeless as its message. The song’s introspective lyrics about accepting the impact of one's actions on their life and the lives of those around them resonates deeply in these turbulent times.

The wisdom embedded within "All On You" is reflective of the band's own philosophy, as summed up by Warner, "Love Is Only Electricity In You Mind - In Your Mind - We Are Generators - So Divine - That We Feel As Though Its Real - And To Make It So - When Its All On You - Its On Me Too." Looking forward to their second album, 2nd Chances, it's evident that The Happy Curmudgeons continue to embrace the power of music to inspire, provoke, and connect.




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