Intermission

by Ramona Silver

Released 2005
Released 2005
infectious pop/rock
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She's one of the best songwriters in any genre that this town has produced...wit style, substance, smart melodies and muscle. - Billboard

Silver has the wit, attitude, and song craft skills of Liz Phair, a magnetic presence. - Boston Phoenix

Vivid song craft and an obvious need to do things her way with imagination and style. - CMJ Weekly

Ramona Silver is a virtuoso of pop song craft, and her contribution to the Boston music scene will stand the test of time. - The Noise, Rock Around Boston

NEWS

NEW EP -- RS is working on a new EP, with songs harkening back to the first release, You & Me & Hell (1995). It feels a bit creatively selfish!  Raw guitar energy is up and triumphant sounding against dark themes such as depression and separation.  "Run to Hide" and "Lazy Bones" are direct conversations with the saboteur in my head. "Ageless Pill (Called Playing)" and "Exercise the Spirit" call out the crazy speed of life we allow ourselves to live at. Yet a commitment to joyful living rises to the surface. Sneak audio peaks coming soon...

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