Old Crow Medicine Show, who will be in town on June 25 to play The Caverns in Pelham. The Grammy-winning band is touring in support of their new album Paint This Town, which recently dropped via ATO Records.
Review for Old Crow Medicine Show:
One of the most influential and enduring roots bands of the last two decades, Old Crow is in top form right now with truly their best lineup to date. These guys are masters at merging profound songwriting with a rowdy string band revival sound, and their new album is no exception. It’s garnered high praise from press including American Songwriter, Consequence, Rolling Stone, Garden & Gun and Associated Press, with many of them calling this their best record yet.
The band’s latest single “Gloryland” features stunning background vocals from the Kyshona Trio, and was recently praised by NPR Music, who said "If this is any indication of what Old Crow Medicine Show still has in store so many recordings in its career, we should count ourselves lucky.”
The guys will tell you this record is special because it found them falling back in love with the band all over again, and it really shows. They took a far more insular approach than on previous releases, co-producing with Matt Ross-Spang and recording in their own East Nashville-based Hartland Studio (which they bought and fixed up at the start of the pandemic). They sound more like themselves than ever before. It’s like they’ve unlocked a new level of creative freedom, and it’s certainly paying off.
In addition to receiving some of the best press of their extensive career, the album’s debut single “Paint This Town” sat at the top of the Americana Singles Radio Chart for a month straight, and they’re at well over 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify right now.
Visit https://www.thecaverns.com/ for tickets and more information.