From his debut full length album In The Blazes comes a first listen to The Dangerous Kind. UTG Review says of the song “…everything from poignant storytelling to sleek and saucy guitar playing…dangerously good.” Click HERE to read more and listen to The Dangerous Kind. Photo by Stacie Huckeba.
Glide Magazine premiers $66 Blues off of ALT’s debut full length album In The Blazes. “It calls down the quiet thunder of Kristofferson & Prine, with lyrics that’ll snap you out of the deepest trance and make you listen up. There’s fanboat bayou swamp-soul boogie, Fillmore West buzzing-bee Quicksilver guitar mayhem, sweltering latenight R&B shuffles, twangadelic California country, and plenty of good old chiming American rock & roll.” To read more click HERE. Photo by Stacie Huckeba.
ALT returns to Texas this week with shows in New Braunfels, Fort Worth and Arlington supporting the legendary Ray Wylie Hubbard. Catch him tomorrow night on the airwaves with Ray Wylie on his WKNOB radio program. In the mean time, check out what Antiquiet had to say about ALT’s SXSW ’15 performance and watch two brand new videos of Madonna’s From Amerika off the newly released Telling Stories To The Wall EP and $66 Blues off of ALT’s forthcoming debut album In The Blazes out on October 6th by clicking HERE.
It’s hard out there…
I know this white guy who talks like a black guy
I know this jazz lady who used to be a jazz dude!
Mr. Nicole they called him
Badass…blowin’ baritone sax like a hurricane…or hisicane…
After all, this is America.
Home of the free, land of the brave.
Tell me what’s more free or brave than wearing lady clothes
When you’re a man?
It takes more bravery to do that
Than to hate someone for how they look.
So let me buy you a drink at my bar…
Which I have set
Just high enough to let everyone in.
Don’t know who made this picture…it rules though. Old school GI Joe rules.
We’re very excited to announce that ALT will be playing at The Wildwood Revival Showcase at The Newport Folk Festival. He will be appearing along with John Moreland, Joe Fletcher, Sammy Brue and many other tremendous talents. Friday 7/24 on The Museum Stage. Get your tickets!
Also please read a great review of ALT’s show last night at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville opening for the legendary Ray Wylie Hubbard at No Depression. Click HERE.
Here’s a video from the performance as well:
Click HERE to listen to ALT’s set opening for The Mastersons in Portland OR at Mississippi Studios as well as an interview with Phil Favorite post show where Phil and ALT discuss ALT’s new album, M. Lockwood Porter and other stuff with a lot of buzz.