A Glimpse at the Music of Callaghan and Max Garcia Conover

Callaghan is a recent transplant from England to Atlanta, Georgia, and her music is just as difficult to pin down as she is.  After one full-length album and one live EP, Callaghan has begun building a catalog of songs which stylistically blends aspects of the bluegrass, pop, and country genres—all while managing to show off her vocal agility without seeming showy or heavy-handed.  Callaghan The 6-song compilation EP 40 States and Counting is currently available to download for free from Noisetrade.com, and serves as a great introduction to Callaghan’s music.  You can learn more about her current tour—and follow the progress of what promises to be another impressive full-length album—by visiting her website.



Max García Conover is an award-winning songwriter from New England whose skills at strumming and fing Max Garcia Conover erpicking a guitar are reminiscent of such incredibly talented artists as Doc Watson or David “Dawg” Grisman.  Unfortunately, in comparison to his beautifully intricate instrumental work and deftly-crafted stanzas, Conover’s vocals seem to take away more from the songs than they add.

Despite these musical inconsistencies, Max García Conover has garnered plenty of fans who find both his instrumental and vocal stylings refreshing.  Take some time to listen to both of his EP’s, as well as his first full-length album (2013’s Burrow), here, and decide for yourself.



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Patricia Moulton

Patricia has been in love with music for as long as she can remember. Her first actual performance was in a church musical in the second grade, and she hasn't stopped making and listening to music since. These days, you can find her working at a desk job in West Texas to make sure her rent gets paid, but spending much of her free time devouring all of the music she can get her hands on and perfecting her own musical skillset. Right now, Patricia's primary musical outlet is with her church's worship team, but she's always looking for new opportunities, and combining her love of writing with her ardent affection for all things musical to write for The Appetizer's blog is a thrilling new adventure.

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