Posts Tagged ‘jonathan rundman’
I found the last package of Christmas Pocky!!!!! *squee*
Scooter found me shortly after the Pocky discovery so now I have to share. *pouts*
From time to time I glance through the stats area of my blog to see what brings people over here. Lately, Frank Turner and Jonathan Rundman have been showing up on pretty much a daily basis. Unfortunately for those hunting, my entries about them are pretty much just tossing off a song lyric.
So here are some links for both musicians that actually have…er, information on them.
Frank’s website at frank-turner.com. Blog, tour dates, vids, a forum you can join and a store to buy Frank’s music.
Merlin Jobst interviewed Frank Turner this past July over on Little Sparrow:
Jobst – When it comes to your major influences, do you feel more indebted to British or American music?
Turner – Probably more to American music actually, although I’ve been making a conscious effort to find out more about traditional English music recently. That said, the big three for me are Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. And then there’s Townes Van Zandt…”
Finally, for reviews of his new release England Keep My Bones and general info check out ninebullets.net as the writers onsite are big fans. Frank is also a semi-staple on the weekly ninebullets radio show.
Jonathan’s website at jonathanrundman.com. News, tour dates, music, vids and blog.
Hal Bogerd from No Depression reviews Kaivama by Rundman and Sarah Pajunen:
I’ve been a fan of Jonathan Rundman’s music since a double dose of review discs landed on my desk over at HickoryWind. Jonathan’s previous albums were filled with hooked filled gems, more power-pop and rock than Americana or roots. On their self-titled disc Kaivama (Salt Lady Music, 2011), Jonathan and Sarah team up to shift gears and explore their shared Finnish heritage…”
Pop over to No Depression for the entire review.
Finally,check out Jonathan on Facebook.
*grumbles about hitting publish before, you know, adding the title*
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