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Here We Go Again Available Worldwide


WILLIAMSPORT, PA – The popular Pennsylvania-based musicians of The Front Porch Country Band have just released their newest album, “Here We Go Again.” Fifteen original new songs and recordings that help listeners travel with the band throughout the back roads of the United States are included on the new album.

Appropriately titled “Here We Go Again,” the third album in 15 months from the talented band features original music such as Carolina Dawn, I’m Lost (But I’m Makin’ Record Time) and Louisiana Line. The new album includes songs that crisscross the North American continent with a focus on America, travel and timeless country sounds.

“This album has been a labor of love,” says Kim Reichley, lead singer and one of the founding members of the band. “We’re featuring 15 new songs about places we’ve been, or still want to get to — with all the energy and emotions we’ve expended along the way.”

“Here We Go Again” showcases the soaring six-part harmonies and dazzling play of one of America’s greatest guitar bands. Taken as a whole, the album is tour deforce — a musical odyssey that never lets up with listeners hitching a musical ride from the northern Canadian border to the southern Mississippi delta. The music travels from the sun-drenched western Pacific to the eastern blue Atlantic, with stopovers in Alaska, Hawaii, Asia, and even Europe, along the way.

All six members of The Front Porch Country Band are singer/songwriters who reside in Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna Valley. Band members include:

· Rick Buck (Watsontown) – Lead Guitars & Drums
· Joseph Paul Hauserman (Williamsport) – Vocals, Percussion, & Keyboards
· Johnny Jolin (Watsontown) – Lead Vocals, Guitars, & Bass
· Kim Reichley (Lewisburg) – Lead Vocals & Bass
· Alison Rupert (Hughesville) – Lead Vocals & Guitars
· Richard Rupert (Hughesville) – Lead Guitars & Drums

For more information on the band and to download their music, click here.

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