Last month, I headed up to Saranac Lake, NY, to record a fun video session and later sit down for a Q&A with Folk Alley. We discussed making my new solo album Prospect Hill, the state of music today and interpreting traditional styles. Kim Ruehl says of Prospect Hill, "It's quick and simple, to-the-point, and wholly digestible. It's timely and timeless, and everything you might hope a good folk album would be." You can read the whole interview over here and watch me and bassist Brian Farrow perform "But They Got It Fixed Right On," "'Til the Seas Run Dry," and "Too Long (I've Been Gone)."
P.S. NPR even shared a video over on their website!
Hello folks! Thanks, Live & Breathing, for another fantastic video from the session I recorded during the Rhythm N' Blooms Festival in Knoxville earlier this year. I wrote this song about a beautiful girl I met in San Francisco. That's Ben Hunter on fiddle and Joe Seamons on banjo.