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Mama's Black Sheep (Feat. The Orderlies)

The Orderlies are veteran singer-songwriters, multi-instrumentalists, and good friends who come together to craft evocative songs with thoughtful arrangements and tight vocal harmony. Their songs draw on traditional Americana filtered through modern alternative pop. Members include Radcliffe Burt (Lenny, Millan & Kenzie), René Carillo (Clay Spokes), Amy Henderson (solo artist) and John Priestley (Gamelan Raga Kusuma). Check out their album “Beautiful You” in the iTunes store (itunes.apple.com/us/album/id219336374) or CD Baby (cdbaby.com/cd/orderlies)

Mama’s Black Sheep is the soulful collaboration of singer-songwriters Ashland Miller (guitar/vocals) and Laura Cerulli (drums/vocals). Together, this duo harmoniously blends soothing tones, quilted with diverse flavors palatable for every ear. Touring together since 2008, Miller & Cerulli (veterans of the singer-songwriter circuit), will make you feel like every aspect of their journey is in Real-Time. Creating a sound all of their own, Mama’s Black Sheep is driven by Miller’s versatile guitar grooves, Cerulli’s innovative percussion, and two voices that blend like honey & whiskey in perfect harmonious balance. These ladies rock to their own beat, sharing songs of life and love, and empowering the listener to live boldly beyond the barriers. With two well received CD’s to their credit, the duo presents their newest release, “Live @ The Bevy” in March 2016. “Live @ The Bevy” is a full length concert DVD/CD set recorded at the Bevy In Birdtown in the Cleveland, OH area. Ashland and Laura, produce magical tapestries of songs, weaving energetic color and rich texture to create an infectious and lively conversation between guitar and percussion. This thought-provoking duo will tantalize your aural appetite, regardless of your musical taste buds, with a diverse blend of blues, soul, country, pop, and more by unapologetically dipping into the well of all music genres. It’s called soulful, poetic story telling with an irresistible groove.

Mama's Black Sheep (Feat. The Orderlies)