NEWS lots of stuff happening this summer.
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acoustic indie folk rock that is genuine and heartfelt...doubt, fear and love.
Why this name?
my parent's did
Do you play live?
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
it is way easier to gain exposure.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Passion, enthusiasm and sincerity are paramount in the life of a singer/songwriter looking for a voice to sing with and an ear to embrace. Seth Richardson encapsulates all these virtues into his heartfelt and genuine songs. Trying to make a name for himself, he continues to add fans to his ever growing roster as he tours New England in support of his album, "17 Songs", a compilation of previous demos and EPs. A few years ago, while working at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI, Seth gained an appreciation for the art of being a singer/songwriter, closely studying the acts that came through the venue. He developed a love for the freeness of solo acts, performing without the restraint of meter or form. I t wasn't long before he decided to let his music find a following of its own. "After playing in bands for some seven plus years, it was difficult playing out by myself," Seth says. "It was like standing in front of an audience completely naked. The songs I was playing, were all my own. The feelings I was expressing were not a collaboration between band members. They were and still are all my doubts and fears and loves spilled right out onto the stage." Seth retreated to Orleans, Massachusetts, a small surfing town on Cape Cod, to concentrate on perfecting his craft. Planning a tour for late April/early May, he will spend most of his time this winter focusing on writing new materials for his next album due out in the early spring. "For me, it's the songs that will get people to identify with me," says Richardson. "When you put yourself out there and allow people to leave with a part of you, they continue to be inspired by what you sang, even when they can't hear the music."
damien rice, jeff buckley, kevin devine, slayer, ani difranco, evan dando, quicksand, failure, pretty much anything except techno.
Yamaha 12 string and and alvarez pro series 6 string and a homemade 3 string dulcimer i found at an antique store which has this awesome sound.
Rain Drop...demos are on this site.