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Kouyate show w/ The Ragbirds

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Join us at one of our favorite venues in the south, The Foundry, as our Malian folk-rock project, Lassine Kouyate, opens for lovely band The Ragbirds. Tickets here and info above.

“Mine War” video premiered

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Thrilled to have the video for unreleased acoustic track “Mine War” premier on No Depression. Thanks Scott Zuppardo for the kind words about Archer’s Arrow and this new song. Happy for Archer’s Arrow to have its day.

Watch the video and check out the write-up here: “Mine War” Rescues Tragically Slept On Record

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Atl- comin’ at ya

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Looking forward to the next Atlanta show- TUES. JUNE 21st– in the cozy confines of Red Light Cafe w/ Renshaw Davies (country blues outta Nola) and Brian Revels of City Mouse. Join us by the park.. Visit HERE for tix and info.

In other news, looks like progress on the next album will continue in the coming few months in Mississippi. Hang tight if you’re hangin’- it’ll be worth the wait.

Songs for Kids

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Looking forward to playing as part of Songs for Kids Foundation’s 500 Songs for Kids fundraising event this year. Come say hey in Atl:

Sat. March 26thVinyl @ Center Stage– Atlanta, GA (8pm)
Pay what you want.. all proceeds go to Songs for Kids’ good work.

Maverick (UK) + ALT

A fine review of Archer’s Arrow came in via UK’s Maverick Magazine. See below for the kind words.

And this week, catch Adam along with Adam Poulin (violin & soundscapes) open for the excellent guitarist/songwriter Aaron Lee Tasjan and his band in Athens, GA:
WED. MARCH 2ndThe Foundry– Athens, GA
Doors @ 5:30pm; Adam @ 7:30pm sharp; $6 adv./$8 door. Grab tix here.

Maverick review, in full, below:
Rustic country/folk rock from the Athens, GA troubadour
This is the sixth such offering from singer/songwriter Adam Klein who it seems can’t release albums frequently enough to keep up with his prolific song-writing. Released on his own Cowboy Angel label, the album is Klein’s most powerful, rawest and rockiest effort to date. Soaring electric guitar, organ with throbbing drums and bass give things a distinctive West Coast feel and at times it’s almost possible to draw a comparison with Neil Young and Crazy Horse. In fact, Klein pays homage to Young, covering one of his more obscure numbers, “Bad Fog of Loneliness”. Jason Eshelman (drums), Andy Pope (bass) and David Weiglein (electric guitar) make up the core of the backing band with producer Bronson Tew adding finishing touches on a variety of instruments. Contributions from Eric Carlton (keyboards) and Stuart Cole (bass) of Mississippi roots outfit Jimbo Mathus & the Tri-State Coalition lift the bar even higher. Things calm down for the final two tracks, “Wild Goose Chase” and “Heartbreak Airplane”; a couple gentle ballads, but otherwise Klein maintains a great rocking tempo throughout to create a thoroughly listenable set. “Boybutante Dreams”, about a man transitioning to a woman, emphasizes that the artist is confident tackling the most controversial of subjects, and it’s a great song. I particularly liked the opening track “Song for a New Year” which sets the pace and tone for much of the rest of the album. This one is sure to find its way into my CD tray pretty regularly.”- John Roffey

Cheers!