There’s a song on my album The Mend that I titled Hillbilly Hayduke, which is definitely my favorite title of any song I’ve written. While the term hillbilly doesn’t really need explanation, I will at least mention hillbillies come from southern hills, appalachian foothills and mountains. They should not be confused with rednecks, though much interbreeding does occur. Hayduke...
Leap week is here! Album release on Wednesday! Now you can preview the whole thing. Thanks for listening!
This is My Heart for You →
Saw the Silas House play and Berea College production last night. Amazing. There might be a ticket left for Sunday (all other shows are sold out). Here’s hoping this gets more momentum.
My song Caleb Meyer’s Ghost live with Deborah Payne of the band Sugar Tree. My apologies to Gillian Welch for making her tragic story even more tragic. Don’t feel bad for the guy.
Preview of The Mend →
My first album, The Mend, will be released on Feb. 29th, Leap Day! So here is me taking the leap, putting my music out there. Click the link and preview three songs that inspired the title. Let me know what you think and head back on leap day to listen to the whole thing. Contact me through my site, or jasontylerburton(at)gmail