Paper Pictures Out Now!
New Single "Paper Pictures" debuts on Chicago's WXRT on 4/20/20. The song features Packy Lundholm on drums, bass, slide, and general studio wizardry. The track is available for download here. Jen Donahue also put together a very cool lyric video. That's right over here ----------->
Take care of yourselves! Hopefully we'll get through these crazy times with a lot of music to share on the other side.
City of Vines
"Damn, this is an easy album to get into" - Power of Pop
"...a slice of expertly produced Americana brimming with warmth and some killer hooks. Think of the folkier early Wilco mixed with radio-friendliness of a Tom Petty -- filtered through Anderson's unique voice and sincere delivery." - Tomorrow's Verse
"...covers the Americana landscape with joy and a true rustic electricity." - Glide Magazine
"...a country cousin to The National’s sprawling Brooklyn rock." - Radio One Chicago
"...a timeless album for the ages." - JP's Music Blog
"Anderson is a troubadour for a new era. This is an ablum with a big sound, but yet an intimate feel; an album that speaks to musical roots and new possibilities." - Floorshime Zipper Boots
City of Vines album premiere via Glide Magazine!
Like many a confident musician, Ryan Joseph Anderson isn’t too concerned how people define him. With so many genres and sub-genres floating around, categorization these days is far from an exact science. But if there ever was an artist that earns the Americana tag solely and squarely it’s Anderson’s sophomore solo release City of Vines, premiering in full on Glide.
Check out the full interview and stream here.
Interview via The Total Scene
Chicago musician Ryan Joseph Anderson wears his heart on his sleeve.
That is evident on his sophomore album, the passion-filled "City of Vines," which was released on June 30.
Read the entire interview here.