Looks like another groovy weekend here at the HML. Why? Here’s why:
Friday, the 15th, Phosphorescent is headlining the ol’ library. You may recall, he’s the artist who covered a bunch of Willie Nelson tunes. How cool is that? Also joining him are Howlin’ Rain, local-boys-made-good; so good, in fact, they’re recording with Mr. King Midas himself, Rick Rubin. Their new disc’ll be on Rubin’s American Recordings label.
More info here:
A powerful brigade of four singer-songwriters coalescing into a fresh new project that wields a juggler’s dream of instrumental variation, a cappella magic, and endearing familial chemistry, the ensemble is on the rise. Lauren Shera, Andrea Blunt, Christina Bailey and Sara Bollwinkel have each made their mark solo or in other bands before stumbling upon Honeymoon—in which they’re now fueling each other’s fires as a standout Americana-folk act.
(HML blog here again) Seriously dudes, the winter is coming and there will be no shows for months. Months! Stock up on metaphorical music-acorns for the long, grueling, alcohol-laden season of decay ahead.