Arts in Alabama magazine on “The Final Scene”

Arts in Alabama magazine has previously interviewed Easy Kiddo drummer Trey Baldwin and reviewed the “Six Victims” album by The Boss and The Rabbi. In the October issue that just came out, they have a “new music” section that talks about my new album “The Final Scene.”

They call the album an “acoustic, folk montage” and say it has “an underlying theme of different melancholy feelings people experience during difficult times in their lives,” and that the “lyrics will take you on a journey and explore these feelings.”

Read it here. It’s on page 26. (They are also streaming “Cold Case” there.)

Also, yesterday’s post about the interview with Tip the Band should be updated. Rebecca changed the blog back to it’s original name: “Seung Along.” Her Facebook page is still Tip the Band so go click “Like” on that.

And we are now two days away from the release of “The Final Scene.” The show is at Head on the Door in Montgomery Thursday night at 10 p.m. No cover, and the venue is 21 and up. Here is a link to the Facebook event listing, and below is the poster:

Oct. 7, 2010 Album Release posterI hope you can make it!


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