LAMPLIGHTER December 16
"PETER MULVEY is reaching for gold with his new record The Silver Ladder, produced by Chuck Prophet. "
The eclectic range of Mulvey's tireless past pays handsome dividends on this stylistically sweeping, LA-recorded album. A crack specially convened band (including regular Dylan drummer David Kemper) adhere to his well-established live and direct recording approach and allow the performer's deeply matured, naturally wry and hard-edged Americana to attain full, flowing life. From the raunchy melodic pop of "Sympathies" through suburban requiem "Remember the Milkman", the dizzying weirdness of "If You Shoot At A King" and even Led Zeppelin modal thunder on "Copenhagen Airport", Mulvey's troubled visions attain striking clarity. Gavin Martin, Uncut
"The cream of the crop sings with a clarity reserved for the likes of legends."
"Peter Mulvey is all substance, which is his style."
PAUL CEBAR songwriter, singer, guitarist with a penchant for African, Latin American, Caribbean, R & B, jazz, New Orleans etc. music
While DAVID GOODRICH "Goody" is known to many as a producer and accompanist for the likes of roots legend Chris Smither, Americana craftsmen Peter Mulvey and Jeffrey Foucault, and folk sensation Redbird, he continues to hone a sound all his own. Goody is a veteran touring and session musician, producer, composer, and teacher living in Austin. Specializing in guitar and other stringed instruments, improvisation, accompaniment, and arrangement, he is fluent in a wide range of idioms from rock, pop, and country to jazz, experimental, and new music. With 25+ years of international touring experience, he has played on hundreds of recordings, scored multiple films, and produced dozens of critically-acclaimed albums. A life-long student and longtime music teacher and coach, he studied composition at Berklee College of Music and with such teachers as Pat Metheny, Joe Henderson, and Mick Goodrick. His music has been adapted for use in feature and documentary films, museum exhibits, and even video games.
Local ne'er-do-badly, visual artist, playwright, philosopher, musician JEREMY PINC will round out the roster.
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Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
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