Press, reviews, livestream announcements and some video.
Last week saw the arrival of the first few reviews for Wreckage of Now. It’s fun when people get what you’re doing, and it’s even more fun when they clearly enjoy writing about it. This review of the single from Dancing About Architecture (great blog name) was awfully fun:
Thanks Dave, I really appreciate the ‘out of control car metaphor!’
There were also some kind reviews from Skope Magazine, Warlock Asylum, and Up Up Music. Thanks to everyone who took the time to listen and write about the single.
They’ll be another Live but Socially Distant show from the Patio next week. That will happen Saturday the 22nd on Facebook at 7pm MST. Once again we’re inviting some friends to come and play in our scenic and safe outdoor venue, then broadcasting it to you though the miracle of the internet. I hope to see you there.
It’s a crazy world right now, and if you’re like me your anxiety is running at about 115%. Add to that the smoke from wildfires here in Colorado which make it tough to be outdoors and I’m sure I’m not the only one feeling a little cramped. For me, music is a way to ease that a bit. I’ve really been digging Frank Turner‘s record from last year, Be More Kind. While Turner pulls no punches with his feelings about what’s going on in the world, there is something uplifting about his delivery, and a real sweetness in the songs. It’s making a difference for me, maybe it will for you too. He also just released a new record No Man’s Land, in which all the songs are stories of women (some famous and some not).
As always, be well and be safe. Hope to see you on the Patio next week!Follow me wherever you are!
Good stuff Jay.
Frank Turner is something else! But I think the greatest song about Nashville still needs to be written.
Oh for sure.