Just finished a great run of shows with The Wallflowers. We shared the bill w/ Blues Traveler and G Love & Special Sauce. We had such a great posse of talented and cool folks. Also enjoyed sitting in w/ Blues Traveler on a couple of tunes.
Been a busy fall! Was all over the map doing shows w/ The Wallflowers, Lissie, Jessie Baylin and several others. Got to visit a lot of great places from Peru, Bermuda, The Bahamas to Muscle Shoals, Vegas, Austin, TX & all over Idaho. Now I’m back in Nashville for a bit working on several recording projects including a new Instrumental EP.
Much fun was had in BC last weekend w/ The Wallflowers. Here’s a clip of us doing One Headlight at The Hard Rock Casino in Vancouver. Thanks to Supro for the great amps!
Here’s a fun impromptu cover of the classic Sam Cooke tune “All I Have To Do Is Dream”.
Been having a blast on the road with The Wallflowers. Here are a few pictures and video from our recent shows:
Put together a sold out Radiohead covers night at The Basement East in Nashville recently. We played OK Computer in its entirety along with several other tunes. What a blast!
Had a great time w/ Sugar & The Hi Lows for New Year’s Eve in Nashville. Here’s a clip of their song “Covered”
Billboard.com is previewing Lissie’s cover of Donovan’s “Happiness Runs”. I played some fun bowed guitar, electric sitar & tape delay on this track. Super trippy! Also on the track are Bill Reynolds (Band Of Horses) & Seth Kauffman (Floating Action).
I joined Lissie for a few acoustic shows in Nashville & Atlanta this weekend. We had a blast.
Photo: Heidi Ross
Had a blast this 4th of July w/ The Wallflowers in Napa Valley. We played the Robert Mondavi Winery. Beautiful!
From The Napa Valley Register:
“Another standout the other evening was the band’s rendition of “6th Avenue Heartache,” as it had every member of the team firing on all cylinders. It also gave us our first real look at guitarist Stanton Edward.
A real discovery for most of us, Edward hangs his hat in Nashville, tours with The Wallflowers and works with several other musicians. A guitarist with one of the meanest slides I’ve heard in a long, long time, Edward said in a recent interview that “great music is 50 percent brains, 50 percent guts.” Well, he sure displayed the latter, actually taking the spotlight away from the frontman on numerous occasions. On “6th Avenue Heartache,” he reminded us of Dire Straits’ Mark Knopfler, at others a Dixie bluesman on a tear. Remember that name — “Stan the Man” Edward, as Dylan labeled him. You’ll be hearing a lot more from this talented young man.”
The Wallflowers at dusk at Robert Mondavi last night. Killer great show!!! Thanks Scotty, Sean, Kathy and Karen. Thanks to Jeff Mosher, Suzanne, Chris and the flawless kitchen for a wonderful dinner as well. Great music, wine and food. Blessed indeed. @liveinthevineyard @robertmondaviwinery #scottyhaulter @rammstafari #napa #napavalley #comcerts #wallflowers #andrewmcmahonimthewilderness #music #rock #jakobdylan #lovemyjob
Recently recorded a cool live video with Caitlin Canty. Featured on The Bluegrass Situation.
“This summer, Canty will be hitting the road to support the set with stops at most of the roots music festivals, including Roots on the River, Telluride, Falcon Ridge, Tweed River, and more. Before heading out, though, she stopped by Colonel Saunders Kitchen in East Nashville to lay down a one-take, live-to-tape performance of “My Love For You Will Not Fade” with a little help from Stanton Edward of the Wallflowers.”
Gearing up to play some Pink Floyd tunes for a fun show on April 4 with Phantom Farmer.