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MARK HENES CHANNELS THE SPIRIT OF OLD FM RADIO WITH ‘ARM FULL OF ROSES’
The latest from the singer/songwriter showcases his gift for tender balladry.
In his still young career, Mark Henes has put his own unique stamp on everything from country to punk, bringing new inspiration to America’s most beloved genres. Now with ‘Arm Full of Roses,’ he shows oﬀ his natural songwriting abilities with a romantic country ballad.
Stripped down to the bare essentials, Henes’ strong baritone takes center stage on this track. The minimalist production enhances the purity of the songwriting, as Henes’ warm and comforting lyrics guide the way through doo-wop harmonies and reverb heavy guitar.
With ‘Arm Full of Roses,’ Henes furthers his case as one of the more interesting songwriters in Nashville. It is sure to win over new audiences while leaving loyal listeners wondering what’s next.
Mark will be celebrating this release with a performance at Douglas Corner Cafe in Nashville on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020.
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