- Jonathan Hart
Greetings Dead Freaks!
Back at last with an interview with Scott Ferber, drummer of The Jauntee, about his new solo album, “Mine Yours & Ours” which comes out June 17. We also talk Jauntee album news and festival dates like their upcoming appearance at Peach Fest. I also (finally) recap my experience at the Three Lobed Recordings 21st Anniversary celebration. The recap includes some audio clips and we also get to hear some of the new material from Scott Ferber, some live Jauntee, and some good old Grateful Dead.
“Mine Yours & Ours” is out June 17 and will be available wherever you get your digital music. Physical copies on Cd & LP as well as other merch and info can all be found at ScottFerberMusic.com. You can keep up with The Jauntee at TheJauntee.com.
The outstanding new Mary Lattimore/Paul Sukeena album, “West Kensington” is out on May 20 and will be available in fine stores as well as on Bandcamp.
Thanks as well to Jonnas Blank for taping at the Three Lobed Fest and sharing the Gunn-Truscinski Duo and Wet Tuna sets via the always wonderful NYCTaper.com. Do consider heading over there to grab those full sets and so much more.
My own new album, “Slips, Trips, & Falls” comes out on June 3. There’s a single & video that you can hear and see now entitled, “Wednesdays”. CDs and digital downloads are on Bandcamp, of course. Please check out JMHart.Bandcamp.com.
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