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Remember Brenda Freed, the songbird from Blanco who once played Specht’s Store and other venues in the San Antonio area? She is now working in a duo called Him & Her with Michael D’Eath, her harmonica playing husband, and the two are currently promoting their first cd, a 14-song work titled On Solid Ground.
Action Magazine has never purported to be a music magazine which recommends or decries anyone’s work, so the traditional record reviews column has never been a part of this publication. But like its title cut, Freed and D’Eath have released a recording of original Texas music which is a solid demonstration of both vocal and instrumental talent.
Brenda’s voice is pleasing, her lyrics are crisp and thoughtful, and D’Eath doesn’t commit the crime most prevalent among amateur harp
players. He is a pro who has worked with Texas greats such as Shake Russell and Jon Inmon, and he doesn’t override his wife’s voice with an instrument which can kill a vocalist if it is not played correctly.
On Solid Ground is available at www.BrendaFreed.com, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other popular digital download sites.
The Blanco telephone number is 512-426-0301.