Lee Harvey Osmond releases Bluesy Folk Record “Mohawk”

Lee Harvey Osmond is out with a new bluesy LP titled “Mohawk.” The singer-songwriter explains that this record is about his “quest to find [his] true identity.” One of Rock the Pigeon’s favorites off the record is “Forty Light Years.” The song is driven by bluesy guitars and Lee Harvey Osmond’s soulful raspy voice. “Forty Light Years” seems to be inspired by classic rock and the great sounds of 1970’s folk music. This song can easily be featured on the same radio station as Tom Petty, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Eric Clapton. Enjoy Lee Harvey Osmond’s excellent 10 song, 43 minute record “Mohawk” on Spotify:

Rock the Pigeon is also really digging this incredible album artwork for the record!

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Find out more: leeharveyosmond.com/ 


Written by Ryan Cassata

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