The first four names are all well known for their acclaimed albums, but you may not have heard of Grammy nominee and New Orleans-based musician Andrew Duhon. He…like Brothers Osborne, Miranda Lambert, Charlie Worsham, Rayland Baxter…made his record at The Casino in East Nashville and recruited producer Eric Masse for his album titled False River (May 25th), the solo-penned follow up to his 2013 Grammy-nominated The Moorings.
Recorded with (Eric) Masse’s collection of meticulously-curated vintage gear (Billboard), Duhon will release the first track Comin Around this Friday, April 6th.
Duhon has performed at Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Voodoo, Hangout, and Cayamo and will return to Jazz Fest this year, as well as Windy City Smokeout in Chicago.
‘False River was initially inspired by Ralph Waldo Emersons essay Self Reliance. He has toured solo for much of his career, and that troubadour element is certainly present, an usher of modern day folklore. Stay tuned for more to come!