Last year’s Hope for Agoldensummer’s April show @ Barking Legs Theater in Chattanooga, TN turned out to be the week of one of the most devastating Tornado outbreaks in memorable history but the show still went on! If You missed the band that weekend due to the chaos, lack of power at your house or worse, they will return on Sunday April 15th 2012along with HuDost and dance performer Lacy Jo. You can read all about this show HERE. ~R.*
Great fortune has it that this spring’s Hope for Agoldensummer performance coincides with the release of their most impressive studio album to date. ”Life Inside The Body.” You can listen to these selected streaming audio files here and then see Hope for a Goldensummer live along with Ontario’s Americana & World Music duo HuDost who will be collaborating on dance numbers with Chattanooga’s own Lacy Jo of Zanzibar studios Tribal fusion bellydance. All the details for this show with links to all three artists’ websites and more of their online music, videos and info is right here. www.ArtFRONT.com/BarkingLegsPressRelease
Keep in touch with Hope for Agoldensummer through their website and be sure to get the new CD soon as it’s released: www.HopeforAgoldensummer.com
Be Free by Hope for a Goldensummer[ 2:57 ]Play Now Downloads 23
Shining Heart by Hope for a Goldensummer[ 3:57 ]Play Now Downloads 34
Come On by Hope for a Goldensummer[ 3:51 ]Play Now Downloads 47
Secret Song by Hope for a Goldensummer[ 2:43 ]Play Now Downloads 41
Davey MacManus front man of well-known-in-the-U.K. band The Crimea, gives ArtFRONT this preview podcast for the 2009 album Listen To Seashells, They Know Everything .
Of all the new material I’ve been hearing since last fall this music sticks with me and plays in my head as much as anything I’ve heard. These unmastered songs appear on the new full length album.
As of May 2011, Davey has announced there will be a vinyl double album set containing these and other songs from The Crimea available this fall in the U.K. Check back for more info on this ongoing project.
Jellyfish[ 3:10 ]Play Now Downloads 113
Witches Broom[ 0:01 ]Play Now Downloads 52
Judas Loves You[ 0:01 ]Play Now Downloads 38
How To Make You Laugh[ 0:01 ]Play Now Downloads 34
You Never Smile For The Camera[ 0:01 ]Play Now Downloads 30
Summer[ 4:00 ]Play Now Downloads 39
The Road to Damascus[ 0:01 ]Play Now Downloads 501
Six songs including a couple of surprising holiday numbers featuring sparkling harmonies by Sam Quinn and Jill Andrews highlighted by the understated dobro flourishes of David Richey. A rare treat from the era which defined the original sound and style of Johnson City Tennessee’s “almost supergroup.”
This is a live recording accompanying the ArtFRONT Presentations coverage of The Green Man Festival at Glanusk Estate near Brecon Wales in August 2007. You can read the Full Article once it’s completed by visiting www.ArtFRONT.com/GreenManFestival.htm (*NOTE this web-page/article is about 90% finished as of Nov. 20th. There are still some rough spots so please check back if You see this before the article is complete.)
Joanna Newsom’s performance was one of the most spectacular of the event. This recording was made almost by accident with a tiny digital voice recorder that was never meant for music, but the excellent sound quality at the festival coupled with the hush that befell the audience as they were mesmerized by this performance makes it well worth listening. Two songs by Joanna Newsom including “The Book of Right On” are featured here.
Joanna Newsome @ The Green Man Festival, 2007Play Now Downloads 3