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Solace in the Wild - CD (PREORDER)

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CDs will ship on or around the release date of 1/29/21. Instant digital downloads available immediately when you pre-order!

Solace in the Wild is 7 years in the making - and worth the wait. Indie folk + Americana + psychedelic winks, the Austin Chronicle called these songs “beyond a genre” when they debuted live at The Long Center in Austin, Texas.

Produced by guitar virtuoso Chuck Pinnell, Solace in the Wild was recorded at Blue Rock Artist Ranch, nestled high on a ridge in the Texas Hill Country. The songs explore the terrain of our human experience grounded in allegories, imagery, and inspiration from the natural world. May it breathe light into your days!

The album art was created and designed by Dave McClinton, whose celebrated portrait and landscape work have been featured by Thirsty Planet and the Texas Book Festival.

"The perfect kind of album, full of familiarity and surprise. It's incredibly beautiful."  -Carrie Elkin (recording artist, Red House Records)

"Alison Krauss meets Alice in Wonderland"  -Bob Baker (author, Guerrilla Music Marketing)

 "A breathtaking experience. It inspired me so much."  -Wendy Colonna (founder, Lyriculture)



Produced by Chuck Pinnell
Engineered by Patrick Conway, assisted by Sarah Randolph at Blue Rock Studio (Wimberley, TX) with additional recording engineered by Rich Brotherton at Ace Recording (Austin, TX)
Mixed by Patrick Conway
Mastered by Michael Romanowski at Coast Mastering (San Francisco, CA)
Cover art and design by Dave McClinton


Erin Ivey sings and plays a Martin D35 acoustic guitar and Collings MTO Mandolin.

Chuck Pinnell plays a Collings DS2H acoustic guitar, Martin 00-18 acoustic guitar, Yamaha GC classical guitar, Lanakai ukulele, Belanger octave mandolin, and Collings MTO mandolin.

Steve Schwelling plays Gretsch drums, Bosphorus cymbals, and Bopworks drumsticks.

Kris Afflerbaugh plays upright and electric bass.

Peter Stopschinski plays a Yamaha C7 grand piano, Wurlitzer 206A electric piano, and glockenspiel.

Rich Brotherton plays a 1968 Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, 2014 Glendale Blackguard Telecaster, National New Yorker Electric Lap Steel, and Fotheringham cittern.

Dan Dyer sings background vocals.

Noelle Hampton sings background vocals.

Warren Hood sings harmony vocals and plays a 1920 Ernst Reinhold Schmidt violin.

This album is brought to you by:
Contributions from friends and family
Executive Producers Bill and Sharon Murray
Executive Producer John Rosacker
Artist grants from Black Fret and Red Sky Records US