Coralee and the Townies

Ten in Twenty: A Lexington Recording Project debuts with the production of ProfessionaLoner, by Coralee and the Townies.

Coralee and the Townies have earned multiple generations of devoted fans with original music self-defined as Honky-Tonk-Soul.  The sextet whoops and weeps with traditional authenticity and contemporary energy, with Coralee’s charismatic vocals front and center and the veteran team of Townies providing a righteous, raucous rootenanny soundtrack around her.



 

Coralee and the Townies are:

Coralee (music, lyrics, guitar, and vocals)

Smith Donaldson (guitar)

Fred Sexton (guitar, steel guitar)

Ray Smith (keyboards)

Dave White (drums)

Scott Wilmoth (upright bass)

Find Coralee and the Townies on Facebook and Bandcamp

Audio Recording, Engineering, and Mixing by Duane Lundy at Shangri-la Studios

Video and Photography by Richie Wireman

Video Editing and Additional Photography by Jennifer Miller

Additional Audio Engineering by Mike Burress

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  1. [...] Lundy and Executive Producer Jennifer Miller launched 10 in 20 in 2011 as a vehicle to support and collaborate with local artists, and to bring national attention to the depth and variety of musical talent in Central Kentucky. An example of this success is a May piece by indie taste-maker Paste Magazine, titled “10 Kentucky Bands You Should Listen to Now.” It included Matt Duncan, The Fanged Robot, and Oh My Me, plus referred to “the excellently produced Lexington-based recording series 10 in 20.” National media focused on country music have paid attention to our work with groups including Sunday Valley and Coralee and the Townies. [...]