The Open C Observations
NEW RELEASE out now
I'm happy to announce to the world that my latest collection of songs it available now on all the streaming platforms or you can listen to it for free on my site/album/1127677/the-open-c-observations. Fingers crossed that I'll have them available on vinyl at Bragg Jam.
These are some of the most personal songs I have written and their lyrical themes of mortality, place, and experience are clearly evident. I hope you have a chance to settle in and give it a listen
Thanks to Erika Burks for getting the cover ready to print and Jesse at Glow Studio for the amazing mastering. Big thanks to Travis Reeves and Justin Smith for their musical magic. Most importantly thanks to Shawn Williamson at Starstatic Studio for engineering, producing, playing, mixing, and helping these songs take shape.
Been Too Long EP
Thanks for swinging by. Things are just gearing up. For your listening pleasure I offer Been Too Long. This EP is made up of four songs that didn't quite make the cut for my upcoming vinyl release (just a couple months away). While your here check out when and where I'm playing next or just go look at all the goofy faces I can make. Later y'all. Stay righteous!
Daniel Graves will be kicking things off with a few tunes. Then I'll take the baton for a few of my own. Finally, we'll be rounding out the evening with the help of some friends!
FNS Presents: Living Room Concert Series with Justin Cutway & Aaron Irons
Cox Capitol Theatre, 382 2nd St, Macon, GA
Thanks to generous support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Field Note Stenographers will partner with the Cox Capitol Theatre to present four concerts in August, September, October and November of 2016. The concerts, dubbed the Living Room Concert Series, will focus on the listening experience, putting the artist first and foremost in an intimate setting.
Rather than separate the artist from the audience, the Living Room Concert Series will promote a communal atmosphere that encourages connections with a of variety musical styles, from hip hop to psychedelic country-rock. There are a few locals, and there are a few nationally-recognized acts on the bills.
The experience will take on the look and feel of a house concert, but take advantage of the existing Cox Capitol Theatre, a beautifully restored historic theatre in downtown Macon. However, rather than use the traditional stage setup, the concerts will take place in the areas normally reserved for standing-room guests, and the bottom half of the theater will closed off. As such, tickets to the events will be limited.
FNS presents Brett Harris w/ Justin Cutway and Chad Evans
Field Note Stenographers has decided to book a few more shows in 2016. As luck would have it, we got Brett Harris for our first one. Brett Harris played on the Field Note Stenographers stage at Bragg Jam and he has also performed in Macon at a Music Ambassadors show. in short, we're fans of this guy and hope you will be too. $5 cover.