Saturday, January 26, 2013

Kris Hitchcock & Small Town – Rewind

Thursday night, January 24th, was the CD release party for the new Kris Hitchcock & Small Town Son album, Rewind. This project has been a year in the making with a lot of hours, a trip to Nashville and a couple re-shoots mixed in there. I'm so proud of these guys and honored to be a part of their team. They absolutely rocked the Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI. The house was packed and the crowd was going nuts!

I have not been able to stop listening to this album. The songs are fun, entertaining and heartfelt. Kris and the band have really outdone themselves this time. Their dedication and passion is highly reflected in the music.

Writing music, life on the road, and looking back on the memories is not only the theme of the music but the design as well. We wanted to capture the chaos and creativity of their lives and music. The band's Instagram photos, pictures from the studio and live photography make up the story that is their lives and it is all wrapped up in the root of it all: writing songs that mean something.

You can purchase this amazing CD in the Kris Hitchcock and Small Town Son online store HERE. You can also check out upcoming shows, because these guys are pretty frickin' awesome live.

Kris Hitchcock - Vocals, acoustic guitar, B3 organ
Ian Szarafinski - Electric guitars, acoustic guitar, vocals, mandolin, dobro, baritone mandolin
Mike Howe - Bass guitar, vocals
Marc Dixon - Drums, percussion
Susan Belliel - Fiddle, vocals
Jimmy Dulin - Additional guitars, banjo, mandolin, percussion, vocals, slide guitar
Angela James - Vocals on “Roll Storm Roll” and “Somebody Tell Memphis”, farmer’s daughter voice
Mason Douglas - Background vocals on “Mary”
Mal Rodgers - Hand claps on “Somebody Tell Memphis”

Recorded at Magmatone Recording in Nashville Tn

Produced by Jimmy Dulin

Album Design and Photography:
Nicole Brown of Dream Tree Design – Album design, art direction, photography
Cynthia Higgons – Photography

© 2013 Kris Hitchcock Music – All rights reserved. 


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