Brad Whitford And Derek St. Holmes Announce Reunion Album
The project sees Whitford St. Holmes the pair reconnect three decades after they issued their self-titled album in 1981, which delivered tracks like "Sharpshooter" and "Whisky Woman."
"It's hard to believe we first jammed over 30 years ago," says Whitford. The duo recently found themselves living in the same town on the outskirts of Nashville and, after hanging out together, they decided to revisit their collaboration with a set of new material.
After writing a number of songs, the duo recruited bassist Chopper Anderson, keyboardist Buck Johnson and on drums, Tesla's Troy Luccketta to record the album.
Self-produced by Whitford and St. Holmes, "Reunion" was recorded at The Castle Studios in Franklin, TN and will be previewed with the May 9 release of the lead single, "Shapes." Read more here.
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