Sixty Acres writes and performs their own songs. Main songwriter Matt Felch is a talented, insightful lyricist who writes melodies that are both gorgeous and catchy. Sixty Acres entered the Washington, DC music scene in April of 1997. Sixty Acres is currently based out of Baltimore, Maryland. Sixty Acres\' second release, Good Ethel, contains 13 original songs. It's rock\'n roll with a little bit of pop, folk and twang. Sixty Acres has received radio airplay in the U.S.A., Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and even Canada. Sixty Acres has appeared on the following tribute albums: For Anyone That\'s Listening: A Tribute To Uncle Tupelo Ain't No Grave: A Tribute To Traditional And Public Domain Songs Chooglin\': A Tribute To The Songs Of John Fogerty Papa Nez: A Loose Salute To The Work Of Michael Nesmith "some of the best rootsy rock" -The Washington Post "recalls a rugged Jayhawks" -Mojo Magazine (U.K.) "the same brand of tragiocomic wordplay that informs both Wilco and Son Volt" -The Country Standard Times "the most underrated alt-country rockers out there" Shake It Up! Power Pop.