You can now watch and listen to “The Dilapidated Hat Tapes” all at once. Check it out!
You can now listen to my album “Black Days” whilst looking at the great artwork. Check it out!
You can now listen to my entire album “Monocle” while gazing at the wonderful album art. Check it out!
You can now listen to my entire album “Work” on YouTube, while looking at the wonderful album art. Check it out!
Yes, that’s right! All of my songs are now available on itunes.
That includes all the songs from all of my albums, singles, EP’s, etc.
Work, Monocle, Black Days, Country Fried Snake, The Dilapidated Hat Tapes, b-sides, everything.
I have a new album! Just released! “Work Sessions” is a collection of demos, alternate mixes, and session takes – including the entire “Work” LP (and bonus track “I Just Keep On Going”) remixed in stereo! 50 tracks! Over 2 hours of music!
I have a new single release for 2015! “Hey Duckface” from my album “Country Fried Snake” and “Ice” which is my own backmasking, unmasked!
The first video from my fourth album, “Country Fried Snake”, is finally here! The song is “Hey Duckface”, a song about those silly photos you find on the internet. The video itself is a slideshow of various silly photos of me (fitting, right?). Enjoy!
Click here to download the song.
We finally got the new studio up and running. I recorded some new demos of songs for my next album. Awesome!
I’m so glad that we finally got the studio going after all the hard work we put into it. We worked for several months and now we finally have something we can be proud of.
For your information, here is the list of the new songs I recorded:
“Christine” (written by Bryan Harwell)
“Wake Up” (written by Phil Harwell)
“Listen To The Mockingbird” (written by Septimus Winner and Richard Milburn)
“Another End To Another Bend In The Road” (written by Bryan Harwell)
That’s all for now. Keep listening!
Big news! My song “Average Joe” will be on the radio next week. It will be on WLRH 89.3 FM in Huntsville, Alabama. The show is The Invisible City. It will air at 7pm on Friday, February 28, 2014. It will repeat at 10pm on Saturday, March 1, 2014. Everybody make sure and tune in!
Behind the house where I grew up, there were two maple trees. Under and between those trees, my brother and I played for our entire childhoods. The swingset was under these trees. The picnic table was under these trees. The basketball goal was set up between these trees. One of these trees was one that had a low branch that I climbed all the time. Many good times were had under these trees.
I wanted to write a song about a tree. It was a challenge that I had given myself as a songwriter. When I thought of the trees at my childhood home, the song practically wrote itself.
This song is about childhood memories, growing up, and growing old. All of these are things that everyone goes through. I hope you can relate.
On this song, you will hear two guitars, harmonica, and vocals. All performed by yours truly. Enjoy!