"Good Ethel"

Their own website:

Matt Felch: vocals, guitar
Niall Hood: bass, vocals
Andy Grimm: guitar, vocals
Andrew Wright: drums

SIXTY ACRES writes and performs their own songs. Their sound is similar to The Wallflowers, Neil Young, The dB's, and Tom Petty. SIXTY ACRES has performed extensively since entering the Washington, DC music scene in April of 1997. Their debut CD "banjos and sunshine" was a top ten seller with distributor Miles of Music for the months of May, June, July and August in 1999. SIXTY ACRES has received radio airplay in the U.S.A., Italy, Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.

March 24, 2000 - good ethel - dren records
January 19, 1999 - banjos and sunshine - dren records

Both CD's are available at concerts. "banjos and sunshine" is also available through, Miles of Music, The Orchard, CD Now and most CD stores in the metro DC area. "good ethel" is otherwise available exclusively through Miles of Music until June 24, 2000.

"some of the best rootsy rock"
-The Washington Post

"recalls a rugged Jayhawks"
-Mob Magazine (U.K.)

"will definitely appeal to fans of middle period REM"
-Snap Pop! Magazine

"the same brand of tragiocomic wordplay that informs both Wilco and Son Volt"
-The Country Standard Times

"Bands like Pawtucket, Riverbluff Clan, Cropduster, Reckless Kelly, SIXTY ACRES, and

many others are helping advance the genre into the next century."
-The Alt-Country Page

(for a full list of reviews of SIXTY ACRES and "banjos and sunshine" see reverse)

Some of the bands lucky enough to have performed with SIXTY ACRES:
The Backsliders, Slobberbone, Todd Thibaud, Marah, Badf inger, The Hangdogs, Anne Summers, Mr. Henry, and Last Train Home

Some of the stages SIXTY ACRES has graced:
IOTA'S in Arlington, VA
FLETCHER'S in Baltimore, MD
TOWER Records in DC and Rockville, MD

P0 Box 42348 Washington, DC 20015 (202) 966-3664
www. sixtyacres .com