Cousteau The idea that torch songs or Burt Bacharach-style ballads might find their way into pop radio playlists again seems far fetched, considering the current glut of teeny-bopper dance tunes and angst-ridden hard rock. But the British band Cousteau has crafted a dark, engrossing sound that might change all that. Liane speaks with vocalist Liam McKahey and principal songwriter and pianist Davey Ray Moor. For more information, visit Cousteau's web site at www.cousteau.tv.
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Cousteau

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Cousteau

Cousteau

Cousteau

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The idea that torch songs or Burt Bacharach-style ballads might find their way into pop radio playlists again seems far fetched, considering the current glut of teeny-bopper dance tunes and angst-ridden hard rock. But the British band Cousteau has crafted a dark, engrossing sound that might change all that. Liane speaks with vocalist Liam McKahey and principal songwriter and pianist Davey Ray Moor. For more information, visit Cousteau's web site at www.cousteau.tv.