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About Wesley Randolph Eader
Genres:
Christian/gospel, Christian-gospel, Country, Gospel, Blues, Folk
Hometown:
Kalama, WA

Old-time inspired folk singer-songwriter from the Pacific Northwest
Wednesday, July 25th, 2018
7:00 PM
Green Note
London, United Kingdom
PLEASE NOTE: DOORS OPEN: 7pm, MUSIC STARTS AT 8.30pm.

The venue comprises both seated and standing space. There are a limited number of seats. These are allocated on a first come first served basis, so if you'd like a seat, please ensure you arrive early.

We reserve the right to release all unclaimed tickets for re-sale at 9.15pm. If you will be arriving after this time, please inform us in advance, so that we can hold your tickets for you.
We can be contacted by email on mail@greennote.co.uk

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American folk & old-time country singer-songwriter Wesley Randolph Eader has family roots all over Tennessee, but he was born and raised among the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. His storytelling songs showcase a broad understanding of American roots music: country ballads, bluegrass stompers, talking blues, old time gospel camp tunes, topical songs. One article from No Depression placed Eader's distinctive voice and songwriting style within the more mythical tradition of American folk music: "Eader sings each song as if he's been singing them forever, as if they were passed down like precious heirlooms, or discovered on one of A.P. Carter's song expeditions.
Eader's latest album Highway Winds" sounds like a long-lost songwriting classic. It was recorded entirely on a 70s tape machine and features, among others: National Old Time Fiddle Champion Luke Price and Eric Earley, producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and frontman of Blitzen Trapper, Rachel Ann Dial, vocalist and guitarists in indie rock band Mero, as well as legendary Portland enginner & producer Danny O'Hanlon on drums. This strong cast of players has helped take Eader's songs, which stand so strongly by themselves, to an even higher level of interest to the listener. Nostalgic ridden Americana music lovers are sure to find "Highway Winds" a more than suitable soundtrack for the road.
Eader has toured regionally along the west coast and in the Pacific Northwest and has played in legendary Portland venues such as Mississippi Studios, Landmark Saloon, Aladdin Theater, Alberta St Pub, The Old Church, Al's Den, White Eagle, Secret Society. He has shared the bill with prestigious acts and friends such Josh Garrels, Liz Vice, Eric Earley (of Blitzen Trapper), Anna Tivel, Holly Ann, The Wild Reeds, The Grahams, Josh Harmony, Evan Way (of the Parson Red Heads), Joshua Powell, Branches, Bevelers, Derek Webb, Josh White, Mary Marquis (of Blitzen Trapper, Tow'rs, Charlie Shaw, Michael Hurley, Jeffrey Martin, Kevin Lee Florence, Hip Hatchet, The Show Ponies
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About Wesley Randolph Eader
Genres:
Christian/gospel, Christian-gospel, Country, Gospel, Blues, Folk
Hometown:
Kalama, WA

Old-time inspired folk singer-songwriter from the Pacific Northwest