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  1. One Fan at a Time | Philly Music Blog
    One Fan at a Time | Philly Music Blog February 8, 2010 at 11:56 PM |

    [...] Porter’s full-length debut album and a One Fan at a Time favorite.  You can read our review here.  MORE INFORMATION. var addthis_language = 'en';var addthis_options = 'email, favorites, digg, [...]

  2. One Fan at a Time | A Philly Music Blog « Peg’s Blog

    [...] Thunder In The Valley is the full-length debut album by Mason Porter (Joe D’Amico, Paul Wilkinson, and Tim Celfo) and such a fine listening experience.  Mason Porter draws from several genres and styles: folk, bluegrass, Americana, and roots rock to create their signature sound that flows from each and every note on this album.  The opening track, “Hard Luck And Trouble” is jaw-dropping good and made an excellent first impression on my ears.  I simply love those larger-than-life harmonies that are found on that track and so many others on this album.  The songwriting talent between D’Amico, Wilkinson and Celfo is truly amazing.  There are several up-tempo, fun tunes like “Up In The Hills”, “Waiting For The World”, and “Old Freight Train” that will make you want to move.  You will be blown away by the beauty “I Belong”, “Nowhere”, and “Out On The Night’s Wing” possess.  The title track, “Thunder In The Valley”, is a grand production with great delivery.  “Delta Queen” is a great way to end such an incredible album.  It’s nice to see some fellow Philly musicians (Krista Nielson, Brad Hinton, Kiley Ryan, Bob Beach, Nate Gonzalez, and more) lend their skills to this album.  I’ve listened to Thunder In The Valley numerous times since I received a copy and absolutely love this album – buy it…you’ll like it! via onefanatatime.com [...]

  3. One Fan at a Time | A Philly Music Blog | Pennsylvania Bluegrass

    [...] Thunder In The Valley is the full-length debut album by Mason Porter (Joe D’Amico, Paul Wilkinson, and Tim Celfo) and such a fine listening experience.  Mason Porter draws from several genres and styles: folk, bluegrass, Americana, and roots rock to create their signature sound that flows from each and every note on this album.  The opening track, “Hard Luck And Trouble” is jaw-dropping good and made an excellent first impression on my ears.  I simply love those larger-than-life harmonies that are found on that track and so many others on this album.  The songwriting talent between D’Amico, Wilkinson and Celfo is truly amazing.  There are several up-tempo, fun tunes like “Up In The Hills”, “Waiting For The World”, and “Old Freight Train” that will make you want to move.  You will be blown away by the beauty “I Belong”, “Nowhere”, and “Out On The Night’s Wing” possess.  The title track, “Thunder In The Valley”, is a grand production with great delivery.  “Delta Queen” is a great way to end such an incredible album.  It’s nice to see some fellow Philly musicians (Krista Nielson, Brad Hinton, Kiley Ryan, Bob Beach, Nate Gonzalez, and more) lend their skills to this album.  I’ve listened to Thunder In The Valley numerous times since I received a copy and absolutely love this album – buy it…you’ll like it! via onefanatatime.com [...]

  4. One Fan at a Time | A Philly Music Blog
    One Fan at a Time | A Philly Music Blog December 17, 2010 at 5:04 AM |

    [...] you’ll still be treated to that Mason Porter goodness that’s found on previous releases like Thunder In The Valley, and Mason Porter (EP).  I mean the shared strong lead vocals, pristine harmonies, skillful [...]

  5. Mason Porter will be at Winterfest « Peg’s Blog

    [...] you’ll still be treated to that Mason Porter goodness that’s found on previous releases like Thunder In The Valley, and Mason Porter (EP).  I mean the shared strong lead vocals, pristine harmonies, skillful [...]

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