Many thanks to our new friends at Betties N Brimstone for the shout out in their review of the Shack Shakers show at Double Door in Chicago. Click HERE to give it a read.
“A witty, but brutally honest songwriter with chops,”-Betties N Brimstone
ALSO…I’m doing special handmade copies of Crooked River Burning on this tour that include some unreleased bonus tracks. Pick one up at the merch table if you’re into it.
You can preorder my debut album “In The Blazes” via my buddies at Indiegogo. There are fun incentives like t-shirts and a digital “box set” collection of unreleased songs. Feel free to contribute however you choose. We are also set up to take regular contributions.
Click HERE to view the indiegogo campaign.
“The evening kicked off at the High Watt where a future star in Americana made his festival debut. Emerging from the amazing creative and developmental ground of East Nashville, Aaron Lee Tasjan played a solo set that was one of the most entertaining performances of the week. The lead guitarist in Elizabeth Cook’s band, Aaron is a cross between a young Neil Young for his guitar playing skills, and a young Bob Dylan for his songwriting. Proudly flouting the rules of the Music Row establishment, Tasjan is right at home in Americana performing his style of music and writing songs that are true to his heart. Songs like “Move to East Nashville and Write a Song About a Train” show the depth of this singer-songwriter’s talent, as virtually every song is a story with meaning. This is a young man who’s star is on the rise.”-Americana Review Click HERE to visit americanareview.blogspot.com
“While trying to escape the heat of the Mercy Lounge I found myself in the cooler High Watt space watching a performance of Aaron Lee Tasjan. Exhibiting the droll but sharp humor of Todd Snider but the delicate songcraft of Townes Van Zandt the Nashville resident defied all expectations.”–Twangnation.com Click HERE to visit twangnation.com
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