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Luke MacNeil digs deep with ‘These Are Good Songs’

By Victor D. Infante TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF Add a comment   When Uxbridge musician Luke MacNeil titled his album “These Are Good Songs,” he wasn’t kidding. Of course, they’re all covers, but when you’re playing songs written by the likes of Ryan Adams, John Hiatt, Kris Delmhorst, Martin Sexton, Peter Mulvey and my two…


Inside Luke MacNeil

By Chris Bergeron Daily News Staff Posted Jan. 19, 2014 @ 11:34 am UPTON – Perched atop a stool in the Rose Room Revue, Luke MacNeil sings in a gravely voice about losers, lovers and lost souls. On a bitterly cold night, about 30 people have come to the regular Thursday evening open mic above…


Some love from Red Line Roots

Red Line Roots is a great blog that caters to the Boston folk scene. It’s a great blog with great content, and it’s worth following. Here’s what they have to say about “These are Good Songs”   MacNeil has a raspy, gruff kind of voice. The production is pretty polished and shiny considering his gruff…


New Review in Indie In-Tune Magazine!

“MacNeil’s strength is in his ability to take his diverse background in music and to make it a sound of his own which compliments his voice. As the lyrics fade and the instrumentals pick up, you can hear this highly developed complexity of musical sound.” – Indie In Tune Magazine How do you make a…


Volcano Boy Reviews “All of the Time”

While listening to Luke MacNeil’s tune All of the Time, there was something that I couldn’t put my finger on. It has all of the color, emotion and execution of the contemporary singer/songwriter, but there is something else there. Then I read through his web site and I think I have figured it out. The…