‘Waiting For The Rising Sun’ with Redwood Honey at our stream playlist

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Fronted by singer/songwriter Sam Haiman, Redwood Honey is an Americana meets folk rock group that formed in early 2019 to put out the DIY release “Wandering Mind.” Recorded in a house in upstate NY, the record found its way into the hands of recently passed away rock legend Eddie Money who asked the band to open for a string of shows on the east coast. What followed were showcases at the Gibson Showroom in LA and Whiskey Jam in Nashville, TN. Their song “Rising Sun” was aired on HDNet Movies for their Summer of Westerns hosted by Wes Studios.

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