All tracking is (finally) finished! 

Sorry for being out of touch for half the year! We have been working away on all of the overdubs (non-music people: read - recording instruments over what we already recorded) and are happy to say that we finished all tracking last week! Things took WAY longer than initially planned because we had some friends that we really wanted on the record who had some very complicated schedules.

All of this being said, we are thrilled with how everything sounds and should be headed back to the studio to mix the record…Read more

11 Songs in 2 Days 

The last two days were a whirlwind. After not recording anything since 2008, it was a bit of a shock to the system to record 11 new songs in two days. Our good friend Greg Bieck brought us into his lovely studio with Chris Donohue on bass and Ken Lewis on drums/percussion and everything just worked from the first downbeat. Nearly everything was recorded in two takes or less, and after just two days we have 11 beautiful songs that sound nearly like a finished record. Over the next few weeks, we'll be…

New Beginnings 

You might notice that things look a little different around here. It has been quite some time since we've had much to say, but our new record is finally (mostly) written and we hope to head into the studio this summer to knock it out. We appreciate you all hanging with us during the past few years and can't wait to share the new music with you as soon as it is ready.


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The Bittersweets

First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, 1808 Woodmont Boulevard , Nashville, TN

Tickets are $15 and reservations are requested (but not required). Please contact Jonathan Wright at jwright19 [at] hotmail.com or 615.636.8835 to reserve your seat.

Broken Hallelujah: Songs & Stories of Life, Loss, Healing & Hope is a new performance arts series in Nashville featuring singer/songwriters and storytellers in intimate settings, often unplugged, in the spirit of house concerts – which means it’s all about the music and supporting talented, emerging artists. The series is hosted by Jonathan Wright. Follow on Twitter @horizonconcerts