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Epiphanies & Epitaphs

Epiphanies & Epitaphs

  • By Tom Dews
  • Release 21/01/2003
  • Music Genre Blues
  • Media Format CD
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Georgia-born singer/songwriter/bluesman Tom Dews puts guitar/simultaneous harmonica and vocals together to create a satisfying blend of original acoustic folk and blues. Growing up in South Georgia and Central Florida he soaked up roots rhythms and fished the Flint, Ocmulgee, Chatahoochee and Oklawaha rivers. After recent sojourns in North Carolina and Pennsylvania, Dews makes his home now in Washington, DC. Dews released his first recording, EPIPHANIES & EPITAPHS, after a sucessful tour in Ireland several years ago. The CD features original songs and instrumentals, some collected from years of playing coffeehouses and bars from Savannah to Minneapolis, and some stuff inspired by the time in Ireland. Reflecting on his musical adventures Dews says, ' A novelist creates a fictive dream, and when done well there are revelations for the reader. My interest is in creating a mood, at once mirthful and melancholy - a sort of re-creation of the old 'hearth' experience. Created by artist and audience together, this mood-edifice can generate spontaneous improvisations that are nourishing for everybody - a sort of musical epiphany can strike it's seal into the world.' Hear the songs.

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Artist: Tom Dews
Title: Epiphanies & Epitaphs
Genre: Blues
Release Date: 21/01/2003
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 634479005695

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