RECORD PLAYING DAYS

"Record Playing Days", our new single coming October 9th, is a heartfelt and longing look back at the emotional bonds that music creates in us. It is the summer gently passing by into autumn, soaking up sounds and "spinning truth and telling lies"--living out the music that we listen to. Musically it is an homage to the Laurel Canyon sounds of the late 60s and early 70s. As if Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings were having dinner with Neil Young, Gram Parsons, and Emmylou Harris at a small cafe in the Hollywood Hills--and yes Bonnie Raitt is there too!

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In The Studio

 Nothing Here is Mine was brought to life under the direction of producer and engineer TJ Lipple at The Bastille and Inner Ear Studios in Shirlington, VA.

Kentucky Avenue then brought in some of the area’s finest musicians:  

TJ Lipple on drums, percussion, and vibes

Greg Watkins on upright and electric bass

David Durst on piano and organ

Meghan Davis on fiddle

And from Kentucky,
Tom Hnatow on pedal steel, accordian, and banjo
 
One song also features a string quartet, orchestrated by Greg Watkins.