Describing themselves as "rock music for the open road", The Great Unknowns are a female-fronted alt-country band whose first record, released on Indigo Girl Amy Ray's Daemon Records label, was a critical success and sold beyond the label's expectations. The album received positive reviews in No Depression, Maxim, All Music Guide, Performing Songwriter and other publications.
REVIEWS OF OUR FIRST RECORD
All Music Guide
"Warren's voice and lyrics perfectly flow together, conveying longing and hope with a sense of tough pride. All the emotions converge on the stunning "Deliver Me Home," a track that builds from a lone desolate acoustic guitar to a forceful ballad with full-band accompaniment as Warren's voice transforms from softly forlorn to powerfully insistent. It's the highlight of a terrific debut that shows tremendous potential..."
"I can't stop playing this disc. Warren's songwriting is evocative and richly detailed throughout and guitarist Michael Palmer. . .seems to have brought on an exceptional crispness and hookiness to the Great Unknown's rootsy rock."
Also picked as a top 10 record of 2004
- Rick Cornell
"Why stop to listen to The Great Unkn...