Produced by Nashville guitar hero Dave Coleman (The Coal Men) and recorded with members of the Nashville indie-pop act EL EL, the album fills its songs with baritone guitars, hootenanny rhythms, evocative yet relatable lyrical imagery, and the wide-ranging voice of a singer who takes as much influence from Kendrick Lamar and Joanna Newsom as legends like Jimmie Rodgers and Bessie Smith.
If you’re a seeker of truth and a lover of hypnotic fingerpicked guitar melodies, heart-wrenching vocal emotion (vocalmotion? I feel good about it), earnest songwriting, and a touch of country-friend stomp, you should stop what you’re doing and give it a spin.
Check out some of our faves from the new album:
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If you’re in the Nashville area, you can catch Bill Eberle’s live electric set here:
7/13: Nashville, TN @ The Family Wash
8/4: Nashville, TN @ The Basement
Purchase Matter & Time: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/matter-and-time/id1130394947