Chris’s recent appearance on the syndicated radio program Mountain Stage aired around the country on October 7. It will soon be posted at on the Mountain Stage website and archived for continued access.
Photo courtesy of Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage
We’re excited to announce the release of a brand new live Smither album, LOST AND FOUND, available NOW!
Over the years, like most touring musicians, Chris has collected countless tapes, CDs, DATS, etc. of his live concerts. Often these recordings can be a bit rough, but Chris struck gold one afternoon when he came upon a box of CDs and DATS from concerts performed between 1993-2003. Upon listening, he discovered recordings of some real gems from his catalog; the sound quality and performances were outstanding. This new collection of 14 songs, Lost and Found, joins Another Way to Find You and Live As I’ll Ever Be in Chris’ catalog of live recordings. Here’s a chance to hear live versions of “Train Home”, “Hey Hey Hey”,” Time to Go Home”, “Lola”, and ten other Chris Smither favorites.
This CD will NOT be available in stores. It is for fans only, and only available online.
Hear full-length MP3s and order LOST AND FOUND today!
Did you miss it? Chris was recently featured in the New York Times’ Frequent Flier profile. Read it online.
See Chris on the Australian TV program Arts Gateway: Here
Read an article written by Chris, on how to fly with your guitar, in this month’s issue of Acoustic Guitar.
Now available is the new book, Amplified (Melville House), a collection of 15 short stories by some of today’s most compelling performing songwriters, including Chris, Robbie Fulks, Mary Gauthier, Jon Langford, Maria McKee, Rhett Miller and others. Order your copy now!.
Time Out Chicago reviews Amplified and says: “Veteran Boston folk singer Chris Smither opens the collection with the best story…”
Click here to read the full review.
Those familiar with Chris’s song No Love Today might enjoy this video about the last fruit peddler in New Orleans. (Click to view video.)
Thanks to Nate Goldshlag for the link.