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Organic signs Stringdusters' Garrett

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 – The Infamous Stringdusters' Jeremy Garrett has signed with Organic Records to release a solo album of his own original music.

"I'm overjoyed to sign with Organic Records and to work not only with some of the very best in the business, but also with one of my very good friends and frequent writing colleagues, Jon Weisberger, as he enters his new role at the label," said Garrett.

His next album will be "Circles," but no release date was given.

Garrett's solo work is characterized by his layering of looping of multiple instruments and vocals he creates as a one-man show.

"Circles, which I produced with Grammy award-winning engineer/producer Billy Hume, is a project that reflects the evolution and diversity of my solo performances over the last couple of years, and I can't wait to start getting this music out to listeners," said Garrett.

CD reviews for Jeremy Garrett

RV Sessions
Jeremy Garrett is a world-class fiddle player; he has anchored The Infamous Stringdusters for years and continues to be a central element of their distinctive jamgrass sound. "RV Sessions" is Garrett, alone, mostly, and, literally, at home - in his RV. The Stringdusters are certified road warriors. They've been known to play festivals on both coasts on the same weekend, and spend the rest of the year ripping all 'round the country. Garrett sold his Nashville home a year or so »»»
I Am a Stranger CD review - I Am a Stranger
In a few short years, the award-winning acoustic sextet The Infamous Stringdusters has developed a reputation as one of the most innovative bands in contemporary bluegrass. Now its fiddle player, Jeremy Garrett, shows off his own range and depth as a solo performer with his debut. Based on the first two Stringdusters' albums, Garrett is already accomplished as a songwriter. Some of the group's finest compositions including Starry Night, When Silence Is The Only Sound and Dream You Back »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Turner pleases the traditionalists – Josh Turner is a hard-working citizen, a man of faith and a loyal father and husband. He also happens to be one of the youngest members inducted to the Grand Ole Opry. In short, he is the embodiment of country music's champion of the everyman. This night was special for him. He was celebrating an anniversary with his wife and his 18th with his label MCA.... »»»
Concert Review: Not much really changes for LaFarge – Just one look at the stage made it clear that this was not going to be a typical night with Pokey LaFarge. There were only a few guitars to be seen, which meant that LaFarge was going it alone. "I've been touring for years with a band," LaFarge told perhaps a few hundred people before he had even played a note.... »»»
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