2015 TBA

Private Residence

Granville Automatic

The band hit the ground running with the release of 2011’s Live from Sun Studio, aneight-song set recorded old-school-no-overdubs-style at Memphis’ Sun Studio and released in conjunction with the premiere of their episode of the revered PBS television program Sun Studio Sessions. A studio album, Granville Automatic, followed closely behind in late 2012. Recorded at The Station House in Echo Park, Los Angeles, with producer Ted Russell Kamp (Shooter Jennings), the record’s 11 tracks include “Comanche” (about the horse who survived the Battle of Little Big Horn), “Hazel Creek” (about a town flooded when the TVA built Fontana Dam), “The Groundskeeper” (about a Civil War ghost seen at Carnton Plantation in Franklin, Tennessee), “Flying Mercury” (about the 19th-century Pepin & Breschard Circus), "Carolina Amen" (about a solider lost in the Civil War battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse) and “Copenhill” (about Sherman’s burning of Atlanta) as well as live favorites “Never On A Sunday” and “Don’t Come to Tennessee”. Legendary harmonica player Mickey Raphael makes a cameo on the elegiac “Blood and Gold”, which recounts the story of the American wild horse.
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