Deadstring Brothers announce live DVD recording
Monday, October 8, 2007
– The Deadstring Brothers plan to record a concert later this month for a live DVD to be out in 2008.
The show will be Oct. 17 at the Bama Theatre in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The project will be produced by Joey Goodsell, a professor in the Department of Telecommunication and Film at the University of Alabama and David Allgood of the Bama Theatre. The 12 camera shoot will be captured in High Definition for the retail release and broadcast television. The performance will include songs from the new album, "Silver Mountain," and tracks from their Bloodshot debut "Starving Winter Report."
The Deadstring Brothers' Silver Mountain hits stores Oct. 9. The band are on tour with Will Hoge currently, they close out the month with a performance on Saturday, Oct. 27 in support of Holly Golightly.
Recorded in the Deadstring Brother's own recording studio, "Silver Mountain" is a combo of The Faces and The Band. Singer Masha Marjieh sang on 8 of the 11 tracks. Harmonica player Mickey Raphael also took a break from his place alongside the great Willie Nelson, contributing to "The Light Shines Within" and "Slow Down."
CD reviews for Deadstring Brothers
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