Out now: "Hello Out There" album review in Music Connection Magazine

Out now: the May 2022 Music Connection Magazine, with an album review for “Hello Out There”!

Music critic Eric Harabadian gives the album a 9 out of 10 stars, writing: “From the war veteran lament “Sam Stone” to the aging tome “Hello in There,” Davoli’s earthy and temporal vocals set the stage and suit the songs perfectly.” 

Read the rest of the review on page 48 of the digital magazine at www.MusicConnection.com, linked here: 

https://www.weekly-bulletin.com/pdf/completeissue/May2022_Full_Issue.pdf

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