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Our boy Doug Keith got some sweet sweet love from the folks over at NPR’s Second Stage yesterday. He’s the featured artist for his song “Now I’ve Got It Made” off the album Here’s To Outliving Me.
January 28, 2009 - Doug Keith’s debut LP, Here’s To Outliving Me, is familiar but fresh. The New York native’s songs are rooted comfortably in traditional folk and Americana, without being mawkish or treading into tired territory. This is largely because Keith’s voice is so richly textured, backed by sweet harmonies and beautifully layered instrumentation… Read more & check out the podcast here >>>
Word on the street is that Doug’s heading into the studio to start working on the follow up record next week. Exciting stuff!No comments
Doug Keiths‘s new album Here’s To Outliving Me is out TODAY! Get your copy here. The record has been getting a great stream of press… here are a select few quotes:
“Eleven endearing indie pop songs… Ear pleasing melodies, warm acoustics and occasional moments of shoegazing simplicity.” – Hear/Say magazine
“A fantastic solo debut from this New York singer-songwriter who conjures the spirit of Dylan, Young, and Waits–the former, for example, at the height of his sneering Hawks-backed era on “Salty Woman.” “Take the Hammer Down, Dear” shares the earthiness of Richard Buckner’s finest work. The songs are almost uniformly beautiful and heartrending, with backing tracks whose crisp acoustics, tinkling pianos, piercing organ, and percussive heartbeat channel the finest work of the icons Keith convincingly recalls.” – PURGe
“…from the first notes of “The Companion of an Angel” from his upcoming release “Here’s To Outliving Me” I was hooked. As a nice bonus Jennifer O’Connor is featured on a number of tracks including “Companion…” Its theme of an undying love for an angel-like woman is one I can relate to.” – songs: Illinois
“Doug Keith’s lyrics create imagery like the classic country/folk storytellers and there’s a lot of delicate interplay between Doug’s vocals, his guitar work and the work of his band mates.” - Brooklyn RocksNo comments
Come celebrate the release of Doug Keith’s new album Here’s To Outliving Me this Friday at Piano’s NYC. The record will be on sale for the lovely discount price of $5. You can’t even beat that at a used bin! Doug will be taking to the stage at 11pm with a full band comprised of members of Mascott, Portastatic, Up The Empire and Clair. Hellz yeahz.
The record ain’t even out yet and it’s been gettin’ some nice little reviews, check this one out at Songs:Illinois and this one over at Purge where it’s made a pre-release date ‘best of 08′ list somehow!
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The holiday season is upon us… and we think it’s only right that we offer you up a free download of Doug Keith’s new, and so very naughty, Christmas track “Hey, Mrs. Claus”. Santa’s got somethin’ big under the tree for Mrs. Claus this year… and he can’t wait to get those cookies!
Doug’s new album Here’s to Outliving Me is in stores January 13, 2009. Until then, catch up with him at the Up The Empire record release show tomorrow night at Mercury Lounge in NYC.1 comment
Just a quick update today to let you know that Doug Keith is playing a FREE SHOW TONIGHT at The Living Room in NYC. He’s on at 9pm sharp and will be joined by a lovely crew of ladies and one gentleman… Kendall Meade of Mascott, Lindsay Sullivan of Clair, Margaret White of Portastatic and Craig Chin of, well, Craig Chin (and Mascott).
Doug Keith’s new album, “Here’s To Outliving Me” is out January 13th. Prepare yourselves.No comments