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Six for Three

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Possibly the rawest and most immediate album of Preacher Boy's long career. An escape to a river in the mountains. 6 new songs written in 3 days, rich with the sights and sounds of the wild—rushing rapids, lone ghost pines, abandoned gold mines, gliding eagles, bleached white bones. Back in the city, the songs are tracked in a single day; all

Possibly the rawest and most immediate album of Preacher Boy's long career. An escape to a river in the mountains. 6 new songs written in 3 days, rich with the sights and sounds of the wild—rushing rapids, lone ghost pines, abandoned gold mines, gliding eagles, bleached white bones. Back in the city, the songs are tracked in a single day; all live, no overdubs. 4 mics. Funky little ribbon mic on the vocal. Another mic on a turn-of-the-century Washburn parlor guitar fitted with a 1960 DeArmond pickup. Third mic on a National amp putting out the pickup signal. Fourth mic, something for the stomping. "Six for Three" is country blues in the most literal of ways—raw, real, wild.

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AWARD WINNERS!

"The godfather of Alt Blues." -Faster and Louder
"Preacher Boy’s performances leave nothing but scorched earth in their wake." -That Devil Music 

"Wonderful work on National Steel." -Rolling Stone 

“A totally unique twist on roots music.” -Blues Access 

“The man knows how to write a song, and how to deliver it with gut-punch impact." -Sputnik Music 

“A devious storm of gothic Americana and gritty country blues." - Good Times 

"Preacher Boy is a songwriter of startling originality." - MOJO

"Country blues that marry Nick Cave, Robert Johnson, Woody Guthrie and Tom Waits" - Melody Maker

"Detailed, offbeat imagery that recalls Dylan's best" - Blues Revue