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Alberta Cross performs songs from his new album at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.
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July 13, 2012 From gritty rock 'n' roll songs to the slow and sincere "Low Man," Alberta Cross proves its versatility in this performance at World Cafe Live. They also showcase songs from Songs of Patience.
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March 11, 2010 Alberta Cross makes driving, Americana-tinged blues-rock that belies its members' London roots. In this World Cafe session for WXPN, they play songs from their latest album, The Broken Side of Time.
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The upcoming debut album from Alberta Cross is titled Broken Side of Time.
September 14, 2009 Skillfully combining layers of electric and acoustic guitar, bluesy bass and Petter Ericson Stakee's captivating vocals, Alberta Cross' approach to music is evidently a thoughtful one. Currently residing in New York, Alberta Cross has taken incredible strides to earn global recognition.
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May 9, 2008 The U.K. duo's laidback gospel twang is shrouded in a misty fog that favors long shadows over bright sunshine, and trades the wide-eyed innocence of the '60s for a wearier worldview. "Lucy Rider" sounds a bit like Neil Young haunted by the ghosts of his own demons.
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