Day 4 and the first half of this anniversary festival comes to an end in Athens, Ohio with a spectacular performance from singer-songwriter Adam Remnant. The former Southeast Engine frontman is making awesome solo material these days and have released an EP and a full-length album during the last few years. His contribution to this festival is the ending song Rewriting Tomorrow of his 2016 EP When I Was a Boy. You’ll find both the EP and the 2018 album Sourwood from his Bandcamp and be sure to check out his youtube channel too for other special live performances. The festival will take a day off tomorrow, because at least the organizer needs a day to sleep, recharge and setup the videos for the latter half of this anniversary week. Back in action Thursday at 7pm Finland and noon EST. I could watch this video on repeat until then. Here’s Adam Remnant playing Rewriting Tomorrow on upright piano in his home and singing it ever so beautifully.
One Chord to Another hits 18 years on the 17th of September and celebrates the long road with an online birthday party. During the anniversary week (14 – 22 of September) you will see unique live performances from the artists that shaped these 18 years of the blog. Follow the action on this blog and social media and feel free to comment if you so wish.