Soul food

“Lucky One” will strike an emotional chord with any listener who has experienced love and loss at one point.

Soothing acoustic guitar and a couple layers of vocals that culminates at the end of “Lucky One” in a grand barbershop quartet sound reminiscent to Irish classic “The Parting Glass”.  The video is retro and HD at the same time.  The style is an eccentric bohemian look with a touch of class.  The message is a heartbreaking and innocent tale while the vocal performance is somber.  “Lucky One” will strike an emotional chord with any listener who has experienced love and loss at one point.  All Types of Kinds is one of the hardest working bands located on the east coast currently and they’re playing out quite a bit, ready more below to find out how you can get in touch with them.

This past year, All Types Of Kinds have had the good fortune to open for Martin Sexton in California, Houndmouth in South Carolina, and have a soon to be announced opening spot at The Paramount Theater in Long Island. All Types Of Kinds have been playing regularly at Rockwood Music Hall and have played multiple festivals.  The also regularly perform at SOWA in Boston, The Foundry Kitchen in Connecticut and a dozens of bars in Long Island NY.  If you want to find out more about the band check out their socials below!

https://www.facebook.com/atokmusic/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Q1_DmvrhhxqAOp_BP44Tw

https://www.instagram.com/atokmusic/?hl=en

Categories: Soul food

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