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“Willow Scrivner has seen a lot of the country from the back of an old 1970's station wagon. That's what happens when your father is a preacher and the call of God keeps you moving. "It was in a particular denomination when you are either done with what you were sent to do at that particular church they move you on or if what you feel your work there at that church isn't getting done then you move on," said the West Seattle-based singer-songwriter in an interview with Seattle Sounds. The soundtrack to all that moving was an AM radio, "either country or somebody talking about God," Scrivner said. That influence is evident throughout "Radio Sky," the new album from Willow and the Embers. It's a soulful, sometimes haunting collection of songs culled from a lifetime of putting down roots in small town after small town ” - MyNorthwest.com