I’m pleased to present “Then and There”, a solo live compilation of original tunes, as a free digital download here:
Or, stream it here:
This project is intended as a thank-you gift to long-time supporters and an opportunity to share my music with new listeners.
To download, you’ll be instructed to “name your own price”. Please feel free to enter “0” for a free download. Like I said, it’s intended as a gift… but, if you are inclined to help fund future projects, you can chip in a few bucks, too.
More importantly, please share this! Word of mouth and personal recommendations are paramount because we are over-saturated by instant media. If you enjoy or are moved by something you hear, do me a favor and pass it along to someone in your life who might otherwise never hear from me. I’m proud to be grassroots!
My new solo album will be out in November so I’ll be working hard to reach as many open ears as possible. In part, this project is a means to that end. More-so, though, I am proud and excited to share “Then and There” on its own merit.
I hope you enjoy!
1. Little Secret
2. Lonely Eve
3. Texas Honeysuckle
4. Day to Day
6. New Umbrella
7. Grandpas’ Song
8. Drop these Blues
9. Before Now
10. More of Less
11. Mountain Trail
12. Simple Song
When and Where
October 20, 2008 @ The Cantab (Boston, MA) – Track 8
July 9, 2009 @ The 8×10 (Baltimore, MD) – Track 12
July 25, 2009 @ The Crab Shanty (Ellicott City, MD) – Tracks 4, 6, 7
December 5, 2009 @ The 8×10 – Track 9
July 10, 2010 @ The 8×10 – Track 11
July 9, 2011 @ The 8×10 – Tracks 1,2,3,5, 10
Tracks 1, 3, 10 will be on the next album due out November 2011.
Tracks 2, 5, 11 are from Portraits of the Young Man as an Artist
Tracks 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 are from Great Unknown
Written, performed, and produced by Garrett Anderson
Recorded by Brian Shupe, Jonny Maravetz, and PJ Shapiro
Art by Garrett Anderson (photo courtesy of Rory Anderson)
Garrett Anderson Music ©2011
Special thanks to Abigail, Brian, and the whole 8×10 family. They support the local music scene with unparalleled conviction, taking financial risks to provide opportunities for performers to mature the only place they can – on stage, under the lights. Check them out at www.the8x10.com
Thanks to PJ Shapiro for the recordings from Boston.
Lastly, huge thanks to my family, friends, and fans for your continued support…
…Only the finest
Make it to the top of my list
And ya’ll share a spot
At the very top
– “Bargain Jargons”