- 1. Light the Tree Lights 4.00 663 plays
- 2. Scarecrow 5.07 262 plays
- 3. Kentucky Chrome 2.59 44 plays
- 4. Feels Brand New 2.19 50 plays
- 5. Fiona's Breakdown 3.03 224 plays
- 6. The First Snowfall 4.35 625 plays
- 7. Farewell To Spring Hollow 4.32 50 plays
- 8. The Muddy Slope 2.47 247 plays
- 9. The Gilded Cage 3.00 41 plays
- 10. Cold Nightfall 4.39 50 plays
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Daisycutter is a band of adventurous travelers from the many and varied music scenes of New York, who combine a wide-screen city view with a bracing dose of rural realism.
One part multi-faceted solo artist - singer, fiddler, songwriter, and bandleader - Sara Milonovich has also been a highly sought-after accompanist in the rock, folk, bluegrass, Americana, and celtic music worlds, and has performed and recorded throughout North and South America, Europe and beyond. Growing up on a working farm in rural upstate New York, she began playing when she was four, and by nine was leading her own band (around the same time she learned to drive a tractor.) After a collection of awards for fiddling, singing, songwriting, and composing, she left school at sixteen to hit the road with NY bluegrass band The McKrells. A diverse trajectory led her from there through a busy career as an accompanist and collaborator with such artists as Richard Shindell, Pete Seeger (on his Grammy-winning At 89 album), Eliza Gilkyson, Cathie Ryan, Mountain Quickstep, and Antje Duvekot, among others, while simultaneously earning a degree in Biology from Cornell.
Formed in 2008 during the making of Sara's debut CD of the same name, her roots-rock band Daisycutter aims to run a diesel tractor through the sugar-coated, ukulele-filled fields of what passes for alt-country/americana music today, and seeks to reseed the genre with some nerve, grit and backbone.