Thanks to Wide Open Country for premiering our new music video for "Salt & Powder".
It was a blast to make, with a ton of folk involved - and us givin’ ‘er in some some excellent 80s aerobic outfits.
Mostly recorded in Horsefly, BC, "Sweet Old Religion" is produced by Marc Jenkins, engineered by John Raham, mastered by Dan Weston, and features guests Marc on pedal steel, Patrick Metzger on bass, John Reischman on mandolin, Josh Rabie on fiddle, John Raham on drums, and a choir of family & friends.
Thanks to The Fretboard Journal for streaming our new record! Take a listen here: https://www.fretboardjournal.com/columns/album-stream-pharis-jason-romeros-sweet-old-religion/
This song is how our love for old roots music makes us feel — free to roam in a wide-open world full of possibilities, and also a little heartsick at times. It’s a love song to the cowboys working alone in the back country, the desert country, the open country, any country. We always imagined mandolin and bass on it with us, and John Reischman and Patrick Metzger came along on this gentle gallop through the rolling West.
About a hope for a future less cluttered by consumerism, and more enrobed in love and acceptance for one’s fellow humans, The Salesman was written after a summer of wildfires, friends talking about moving back to the land, and listening to The Band. It features the record's whole cast of beautiful guest musicians,
The Salesman saw its national broadcast premiere via CBC Radio's q.
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Sweet Old Religion single and video are out today!
Check out the video.
Preorder links are up. Get your CD, LP, digital or singles today.
And get an instant download of the single when you preorder the album through iTunes.
We're so excited to get this record out to the world. More coming soon!!
Looking forward to joining the crew at this incredible camp for Week 1 in Summer 2018. Pharis is teaching singing, Jason old-time three finger banjo
So freaking fun...
Our first record of all original songs is coming out May 18th, and we can't wait to share it with you. Three years in the making, light, love and time are the leading themes. They come together to make a record that sounds like over a decade of playing and listening together. With producer Marc Jenkins, engineer and mixer John Raham, and some incredibly beautiful guests.
We're the guest artists for this year's Alaska Folk Festival! With a special buddy Josh Rabie joining us on fiddle and mando