“The Parlor Sessions”  w/ Dean Fields, Eliot Bronson, Andy Zipf, and Jason Myles Goss

“The Parlor Sessions” w/ Dean Fields, Eliot Bronson, Andy Zipf, and Jason Myles Goss

Jun 13, 2014 |  1 comment
Date: Jun 13, 2014 Time: 8:00 PM Price: $10 in advance, $12 day of show Type: songwriters in the round

4 of the hardest working indie singer-songwriters are hitting the road together and GIVING AWAY 12 songs for FREE at http://www.theparlorsessions.com

Dean Fields, Andy Zipf, Eliot Bronson, and Jason Myles Goss have been criss-crossing the country performing their carefully crafted songs anywhere people gather to appreciate the modern troubadour.  And now they’re going on tour together to perform their songs in a special “in the round” format.

Grab the 12 FREE songs to hear their influences ranging from Ryan Adams to Radiohead and Wilco to Lucinda Williams, and catch these fellas on the same stage while you can.

More about the 4 artists:

Dean Fields makes americana music with members of Ryan Adams, Bon Iver, and Wilco. His new album was co-written with #1 writer Lori McKenna and Grammy winner Rebecca Lynn Howard.  Rosanne Cash said “Dean Fields is a great songwriter!” (Yep, Johnny Cash’s daughter).

Eliot Bronson was dubbed a “folk-singer wunderkind” by The Baltimore Sun. He took first place in MerleFest’s Chris Austin Songwriting Contest and won the coveted songwriters shootout at Eddie Owen Presents, among others. His latest critically acclaimed solo album, Milwaukee, features members of Sugarland and the BoDeans.

Jason Myles Goss had the top 100 most downloaded songs for singer/songwriters on iTunes featuring members of Josh Ritter’s Royal City Band.  Matt Smith, manager of Club Passim said “He’s got the passion of Bruce Springsteen, the hooks of Tom Petty, the earthiness of John Fogerty and the bite of Randy Newman.”

Andy Zipf songs are “one great hook after another” says Paste Magazine.  His music is favored by American Songwriter, XM Satellite Radio, and Daytrotter.  One of the pioneers of crowd funding, Andy raised 45K for his album produced by Jim Barber (Ryan Adams, Courtney Love).


One Comment

  1. michael TOLER says:

    I caught the show in Cambridge, MA. It’s a must see!

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