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Ingram Hill

June's Picture Show

Ingram Hill splashed onto the unsigned band scene a few years back after releasing their first EP entitled “Until Now”, which was produced by Tonic front man Emerson Heart. Their single “Will I Ever Make It Home” skyrocketed up the Unsigned Top 10 on Alternative Addiction, and once unknown band from Memphis had everyone talking. Now they return, freshly signed to Hollywood Records, with their major label debut “June’s Picture Show”. The album has produced, tightly arranged pop rock sound. Lead singer Justin Moore’s vocals nicely compliment talented group of musicians that make up Ingram Hill. The opening track conveys this, with the hook filled track “Chicago”. Also noteworthy, is the track “Almost Perfect” and “On My Way” both which display the band’s impressive diversity, both lyrically and musically. By far the standout track on the album is still “Will I Ever Make It Home”, which in part is disappointing that the bands strongest track is one that was written over two years ago, which leads one to wonder if Ingram Hill’s sudden record contract was the result of a money hungry label looking to capitalize on the strength of one song. All speculation aside, Ingram Hill’s June Picture Show is still an impressive collection of music, and with the right promotion could find a very comfortable place on radio today.


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