Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) May 12, 2014
Atlanta singer/songwriter Eliot Bronson has announced that he will be working with Dave Cobb — producer of Jason Isbell’s “Southeastern,” the Americana Music Association’s #1 Album of the Year for 2013 — to produce his next album, set to release this August.
“Dave Cobb is one of the most talented producers working today,” says Bronson. “I'm honored and thrilled to be recording with him.”
Bronson’s music has been described as a swampy, lyric-driven style of alt-country, sometimes veering into darker folksy rock, but always entrancing and heartfelt. He was dubbed a “folk-singing wunderkind” by The Baltimore Sun and took first place in MerleFest's Chris Austin Songwriting Contest. Bronson also won the coveted songwriters shootout at Eddie Owen Presents. His latest critically acclaimed solo album, “Milwaukee,” features members of Sugarland and the BoDeans.
Learn more about Eliot Bronson at EliotBronson.com.
Leading up to the August album release, fans can catch Bronson on the road as he travels with fellow folk/alt-country musicians Dean Fields, Jason Myles Goss, and Andy Zipf on a unique singer/songwriter tour up and down the east coast titled, “The Parlor Sessions.”
“The Parlor Sessions” tour will run from June 5 to June 15 making stops in New York, NY (Rockwood Music Hall); Arlington, VA (Iota Club & Café); Newton Square, PA (Burlap & Bean); Cambridge, MA (Club Passim); Portsmouth, NH (The Red Door); Middletown, CT (Buttonwood Tree); Asbury Park, NJ (The Saint); Ashland, VA (Ashland Coffee & Tea); Decatur, GA (Eddie’s Attic); and Charlotte, NC (Evening Muse).
Learn more about “The Parlor Sessions” at TheParlorSessions.com.
Eliot Bronson is signed by Lenz Music, which is also putting out his next album. Lenz Music is a division of Lenz, Inc., and is dedicated to the production, promotion, and preservation of music that matters.
Interviews available upon request.