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The Grey Line

Afford The Sunlight

2006-05-08

A smooth, folk-rocking album from local artists The Grey Line. The disc was mixed in Rockford, and includes songs about areas in West Michigan. Besides the local ties, the band delivers on all musical fronts. Check out tracks like local ballad #5 “Matson’s Big Manistee River Campground”, the piano-acoustic pop song #2 “Weikeli”, and #9 “On Top Of The World”. -Ryan Terpstra

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