There's no doubt that lead singer Myles Kennedy, like Matthew Bellamy of Muse or Jimmy Gnecco of Ours, owes a lot to Jeff Buckley.
On episode #41 we review The Mayfield Four's 1998 album Fallout. There's no doubt that lead singer Myles Kennedy, like Matthew Bellamy of Muse or Jimmy Gnecco of Ours, owes a lot to Jeff Buckley. But does he meld the alt.rock sound of The Mayfield Four with Buckley's ethereal tenor? And what's with that Marvin Gaye cover?
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