Full Moon Flashlight
Full Moon Flashlight is Greg Connors eagerly awaited follow-up to the Joseph Arthur produced 'Here, There and Anymore.' This time around, Greg's unique songs find a rootsier instrumental bed, featuring Bill Taft (of Hubcap City, formerly of Atlanta's legendary band Smoke) on cornet, Mart Matteson on viola, and Stan Satin and David Watkins of the band Vietnam on organ and drums, respectively. With a deceptively simple sound of and old country or blues record, Greg weaves a fresh, modern view of emotion and experience, winding them through dense branches in and out of darkness and diffused light. His own raw and vulnerable sound journey can do any listener a great service and if you've ever felt the limb snap it may just be his dry wit. Connors has been making music in supporting slots for national as well as local acts in both Atlanta and New York City. He has awakened audiences for the likes of John Mayer, Joseph Arthur, Cat Power, Smoke, and Vic Chesnutt. 'Greg Connors' trademark simple guitar licks and detached alienated, lonely voice are coupled with a scary command of the English language. He is the Howard Finster of music, painting vivid abstract images with his words and guitar.' ---------- Southeast Performer.
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