Randall Bramblett Announce Album and Tour
The CD was produced by Bramblett, who performs primarily on acoustic piano, organ, and lead vocals. The CD features 12 original tracks, including some of Bramblett's earliest songs such as "Sacred Harmony," "Witness For Love," and "One More Rose" as well as newer, unreleased compositions. A sultry blend of ambient folk, jazz, traditional piano and seductive vocals, the music on The Meantime is downright romantic and mesmerizing in the vein of Norah Jones or The Blue Nile.
On this recording Bramblett is accompanied by Gerry Hansen on drums and percussion and Chris Enghauser on upright bass. Special guests include: Andy Carlson, violin and viola; Cora Kuyvenhoven, cello: Adam Mcknight, backing vocals on "Driving to Mongomery;" Betsy Franck, backing vocals on "In the Meantime;" Tom Ryan on baritone sax; and Kevin Hyde on trombone. Strings were written and arranged by renowned producer/composer, Steve Dancz.
The CD was recorded and mixed by John Keane at John Keane Studios, Athens, GA, with additional recording at Amerisound Studios, Columbus, OH: Creekside Studios, Lawrenceville, GA: Earthworks Recording Studio, Newark, OH: and Last House Studios, Athens, GA. It was mastered by Glenn Schick at Glenn Schick Mastering, Atlanta, GA.
Bramblett will tour in support of The Meantime. The trio will perform at a "listening party" at The Rialto Room in Athens, GA, on Saturday, February 13th benefitting the University of Georgia Music Business Program. His itinerary thus far is as follows:
Sat., Jan. 30 Bradfordville Blues Club Tallahassee, FL