Peach Blossom Special
Stace England's genre-hopping first solo album, Peach Blossom Special. Frequently lumped into the alt-county category the record's rock, pop and folk elements make it difficult to classify in one easy category. 'Enormously diverse, there still is a common denominator for Stace England's Peach Blossom Special-Southern California. Much of the new CD by this erstwhile singer/songwriter features that wondrous combination of pop harmonies, country, folk and art rock textures . . . The genius is making it feel good, not just once, but repeatedly.' - NIGHTLIFE 'Instantly a favorite, Stace England's Peach Blossom Special is a very well constructed studio album with a sound reminiscent of The Byrds Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Highlights include a DEEP spoken word track called Ten Dollar Whore, which remains thoroughly engrossing after multiple listens. It's a diverse, excellent record.' - GRASS ROOTS ENTERTAINMENT 'Stace England touches on the heart and soul of America with his poignant lyrics about roadside shrines, trailers, 40 ouncers, and love gone bad. Part pop, country, folk and spoken word as well, this is Americana at it's best.' -RIFFAGE.