Last month, I released a live video of “The Last Time” that my friend Wes Brown filmed during my Nov. 7 performance at Gypsy Rose Music in Roswell, GA. Here is another video from that same performance for the song “Cold Case.”
That song is also from my 2010 album “The Final Scene” available from digital retailers everywhere and from Bandcamp.
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After Hail the Titans, Adam Davila let me hear some songs he had been working on for a solo project he was calling “Fall of Adam.” HTT had gone on hiatus, and he invited me to contribute some stuff for the project.
He wrote the songs and had begun recording them. I was a session player on it, adding some guitars, synth, and drums.
We performed the songs live at a few shows circa 2014-2015 (if I’m remembering correctly) as a two-piece band, layering/looping/building the songs as needed. It was a lot of fun.
For more on the background of the album, see the “album notes” section on CD Baby.
Anyway, Adam recorded, mixed, and mastered the album, and he released it recently on digital platforms, so check it out on Amazon, Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube or wherever you stream music.
Hey, check it – found a couple of Instagram posts from back in those days:
One year ago today, I released the single “This Barren Land” (which is available from digital retailers and streaming platforms.)
Well, a few days ago, I got an idea and decided to try out some stuff for a video for the song, and with this being the one-year anniversary of the release, it seemed a good time to release it. It’s on my YouTube channel.
A few days prior to the release, I posted some background information about it. I talked about the slowwww recording process for what was supposed to be a new album. Update: I ended up abandoning the rest of that recording session and basically starting over. So… with that being said, I hope to make some new music announcements relatively soon, so stay tuned for that. But in the meantime, check out the “Music” page on this site for links to current and previous bands/projects/albums/EPs/singles.
I performed at Gypsy Rose Music in Roswell, GA last month, and my friend Wes stopped by and happened to bring his camera.
Here is a live version of “The Last Time” from my album The Final Scene.
Full gallery on my Facebook page.
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Facebook memories reminded me that six years ago today, I performed at the Cloverdale Playhouse for the first time as part of the Joe Thomas Jr. Guitar Pull. Yep, Nov. 19, 2013.
(Related – it happens to be the third Tuesday, and there is a ‘Pull’ tonight. You should go.)
I think that was the first time I ever stepped foot into the Playhouse, and if you’re a regular reader of this blog or follow me on social media, you know it wasn’t the last.
I never thought six years ago that this event would be the subject of my first feature-length film as director. I never would have thought that I’d have created so many memories, taken so many photos, helped film promo videos for productions.
I’m reminded of what Mike Winkelman said in Commit to the Song, “One of the things I love about this place is everybody’s welcome.”
Props to the staff, volunteers, and donors that keep that community theater going. It’s a great thing to have in Montgomery. Keep up the good work.
See y’all tonight!
Back in July, I announced the completion of my new feature documentary film Remembering Anarcha which examines the controversial history of Dr. James Marion Sims and the enslaved African women he experimented on to become known as the “father of modern gynecology.”
Like all of the Glorious 70mm releases, I have this one set as “name your price,” even if zero. Yes, that means you can type in “$0.00” and download the music. However, if you’d like to help cover some film festival submission fees by throwing in a couple of bucks, my team and I would be grateful.
Thanks for your support!
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Photos from last night's Guitar Pull at the @cloverdaleplayhouse are up on my Facebook page. FB/JoshCarples . . #music #musician #singer #songwriter #singersongwriter #acoustic #guitar #acousticguitar #guitarpull #montgomery #alabama #mgm #mymgm #exploremgm #gump #thegump #photographer #photography #liveperformance #livemusic #canon