To call “Six Strings And Me” heartwarming is an understatement. With the track featuring this guitar-heavy instrumental, the lead singer of Redwood Honey lets loose, singing confidently/energetically about falling in love with music and praying for the art form to take him to places he’s never been before. Musically, I love how much soul, passion, vulnerability and energy this song dishes out, especially as the song goes on. I also love how this song chooses to inspire effortlessly, creating an anthem that anyone in this world can follow.
I am wondering just what is so massively sweet about this Redwood Honey and their latest single, “Six Strings & Me”? The answer is simply that this Boston-based band is towering over the competition with this incredibly delightful song. Redwood Honey has just the right ingredients with “Six Strings & Me” to make for one fulfilling listening experience.
“Boston based Redwood Honey led by Sam Haiman on vocals/guitar, guitarist Joey Dougherty, Matt Daspit on keys and drummer Nick Groat opened the show and sounded great! They were introduced to the crowd by Eddie Money himself. They did several original songs including their recently released "Six Strings and Me". They also covered the Doobie Brothers song Black Water. They brought their own feel it and the crowd definitely loved it.