Horse Feathers On 'World Cafe: Next' : World Cafe A product of Portland, Ore.'s thriving open-mic scene, Justin Ringle leads Horse Feathers, a folk-pop band that exudes quiet intensity. The strings and accordions on the band's third album, Thistled Spring, are a bit lusher, while Ringle's stories are just as poignant.
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Horse Feathers On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Horse Feathers On 'World Cafe: Next'

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"Belly of June"

"Thistled Spring"

A product of Portland, Ore.'s thriving open-mic scene, Justin Ringle leads Horse Feathers, a folk-pop band that exudes quiet intensity. After the departure of talented multi-instrumentalist Peter Broderick, Ringle solidified a group of musicians to tour and record the band's new album, Thistled Spring. The strings and accordions sound a bit lusher, while Ringle's stories are as poignant as ever.

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Album
Thistled Spring
Artist
Horse Feathers
Label
Kill Rock Stars
Released
2010

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