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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Kris Gruen in Montpelier this Friday

I've been digging Lullaby School by Kris Gruen all summer. Early 30 something creative writing teacher in Montpelier, Kris’ debut album is full of tender yet captivating folk music. Via the Kris Gruen website:

From the outset, the deftly plucked banjo strings and soothing vocals on Lullaby School point to a tasteful array of Americana influences-- Bright Eyes, Sufjan Stevens and Jeff Buckley to recall a few. However, Kris manages to make this collection distinctly his own. With tracks like "Truffles", "Further Down” and "Enchant Me" he moves us from moods that at once haunt, then embolden, then lament with somber fragility.

Kris Gruen w/ The Bowmans - October 20th @ 10pm - Langdon Street Cafe

Click here to read the Seven Days review of Lullaby School by False45th's Flatlander.
Click here to purchase Lullaby School.

1 Comments:

  • At 6:54 AM, Anonymous scully said…

    And a good show it was. Great listening on a snowy/rainy evening. Kris has a great voice. Great to see you and Flatlander as well!

     

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