Far in the Maples is a classically timeless young Jersey Shore “poetic pop” act (Asbury Park) anchored by the boy-girl duo of Regina Conroy and Reshy P that’s reminiscent of vintage 10,000 Maniacs, with a modern spin. These guys are tremendously song-oriented, as Triple A Non-Comm stations across the country are discovering.
Check out our video interview which highlights the duo’s rise in the music world, plus hear us all cheer as their new album Skywork went live on Spotify during filming!
Read below what others had to say about these up and coming stars!
“A hit record, to me, is about a good voice marrying good songwriting, and Far in the Maples strikes me by its ability to combine those elements in a very commercial way on ‘Skywork.’ Regina has the kind of voice that should adapt to many radio formats, and the band’s songwriting and production supports it perfectly.” – Franke Previte, Academy Award-winning songwriter (“Dirty Dancing”)
“The annals of pop music are filled with a myriad of bands that got their start on the Jersey Shore, and built their legacies one gig and one chorus at a time. Next up – Far in the Maples.” – Jon Regen / Editor at Large, Keyboard Magazine
“The heart-warming vocals of Regina Conroy … weave their way into your musical soul. The fun, energetic feel of ‘Free’ and the passion delivered in ‘Won’t Do This Alone’ have all the right ingredients for pop success.” — Meriden (CT) Record-Journal
“A really bright, uplifting, collection of songs. … you will love this!” – Beehive Candy
CD Review: New Pop, Folk, Rock and Jazz Music from Rising Independent Artists – First up, from Bruce Springsteen’s hometown of Asbury Park, NJ comes the debut CD from the musical duo of Regina Conroy and Reshy P., known at Far In The Maples. Their album “Skywork” is filled with pop hooks and sonic landscapes that break through the barriers of contemporary music. Beginning with “Hookline,” we get the heart-warming vocals of Regina Conroy amongst a country/pop backdrop as they weave their way into your musical soul. The fun, energetic feel of “Free” and the passion delivered in “Won’t Do This Alone,” have all the right ingredients for pop success. It all comes together perfectly for the steady flow of “Make Believe,” which allows Conroy’s vocals to soar. The album closes with the comfort of “Walk Away” that just leaves you wanting more from this duo. To find out more about Far In The Maples and their new album “Skywork,” please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/farinthemaples. – Jim Pasinski