Harrison, Alan
December 2010
Maverick;Dec2010, Issue 101, p46
This article features Girlyman, a folk-pop quartet from Atlanta, Georgia who will have a concert tour in Great Britain in 2010. The quartet consists of Doris Muramatsu, Tylan Greenstein, J. J. Jones and Nate Borofsky. Information is given on their latest music release "Everything's Easy," the evolution of the sound of the group, and career highlights.


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