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Jarrod Dickenson, Chris Kasper, and Electric Blue Yonder

Jarrod Dickenson, Chris Kasper, and Electric Blue Yonder

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Jarrod Dickenson

Storytelling is something of a Texas tradition. Tall hats and even taller tales are woven into the fabric of The Lone Star State, and singer-songwriter Jarrod Dickenson can spin a yarn with the best of them. Hailing from Waco, now based in Nashville via Brooklyn, Dickenson spends most of his time on the road bringing his own particular brand of soulful Americana to a wide variety of music loving audiences around the globe.

“His songs carry an independent spirit and grit… a hard-bitten, yet romantic eye that seems bred into Lone Star Songwriters” -Q Magazine

“Jarrod Dickenson’s rootsy, broad-ranged Americana draws deeply from tradition while forging all-new sounds.” – PopMatters

“His deep, emotional, often luxurious voice envelops songs of love and loss, enticing you into these stories.” – American Songwriter

Chris Kasper

Chris Kasper’s newest record, Holysmoke, is a treasure chest unto itself. It’s got groove, guts & grace, and is worth its weight in gold. The patchwork of genres that Kasper effortlessly weaves together reveals an even deeper dive into varied influences from rock n’ roll and dreamy pop, to junkyard blues and country-folk.

And it all began by the ocean.

In a rented seaside motel, Kasper recalls, “There were these three clocks in the room, all ticking out of time. Before it drove me mad and I had to take out all the batteries, there was a rhythm & a beat that became the base for a melody which I later wrote lyrics for.” Others were poems-turned-songs. Some tunes came by way of Nashville dive bars, and more arose in a camper van traveling across West Texas. He eventually made it back to a countryside home outside of Philadelphia and started on production.

Holysmoke has been a long time coming. Although complete, the whole world took a pause during the pandemic, and so it was kept at a low simmer for the sake of the song. It completes a trilogy, of sorts, with previous releases Bagabones (2012), and O, The Fool (2016). As the final star in a constellation that’s bound by lyrical prowess, deep-rooted rhythms, and artful arrangements of strings and melodies, this album shines bright.

If we’re living in the land of milk & honey, Chris Kasper’s music is an island of coffee & weed!
And at a moment when fresh, timeless art is needed more than ever, his work fills the cup & soothes the soul.

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