Aaron Parrett & Ivan Rosenberg | Stumbo Lost Wages

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Stumbo Lost Wages

by Aaron Parrett & Ivan Rosenberg

Novelist, historian and professor Aaron Parett's original songs in a pared down setting of guitar, Dobro, and vocals.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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An author, historian, professor and songwriter, Aaron Parrett has released 4 CDs of original songs. His songwriting has been compared to that of Townes Van Zandt and Jerry Jeff Walker. Aaron started writing songs in 1995 while living on Barber Street in Athens, Georgia, while he was enrolled in graduate school in Comparative Literature. The Sinners, his first CD, came out in 1996 to great critical acclaim. A year later he teamed up with Jason Anderson, Jon Mills, and John Neff to record a second showcase of his songs called The Judge and the Jury: The Legend of Jim Collins, released in 2000 on the Pizzle label. He and Jason recorded a second Judge and Jury album in 2002, called Left of the Mason Dixon Line, which also featured some fine pedal steel work by John Neff. Meanwhile, Aaron started writing stuff other than songs-an academic tome on traveling to the moon, various essays, and a dozen short stories that have appeared in places like The Massachusetts Review, Open Spaces, Wild Blue Yonder, The Wisconsin Review, and Janus Head. His latest book is MONTANA THEN AND NOW. Find out more at Aaron's website, www.aaronparrett.org.

Since releasing his first solo album in 2001, Ivan Rosenberg has gained a dedicated following for his independently-produced ‘boutique’ recordings of melodic, expressive acoustic music on Dobro and clawhammer banjo. Millions have heard his original songs in the background of over 300 television programs and films including The Daily Show, Oprah, Call of the Wildman, History Detectives, HBO's Making Deadwood, the Special Edition DVD of Serenity, and the Hollywood blockbuster Kangaroo Jack. In recent years, he earned an IBMA Award for co-writing the 2009 Song of the Year; played on the CD Southern Filibuster: A Tribute to Tut Taylor (produced by Grammy winner and Dobro legend Jerry Douglas); engineered and co-produced recordings for some of the most original voices in west coast roots music (Pharis and Jason Romero, John Reischman, The Breakmen, Kevin Brown, Evie Ladin Band, and more); and performed throughout North America with musicians such as Chris Coole and Chris Jones. Ivan is also in high demand as an instructor, having taught a combined 40 weeks at music workshops such as Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Kamp, The California Bluegrass Association Music Camp, 108 Mile Cabin Fever Bluegrass Workshop, NBCMS Acoustic Music Workshop, the British Columbia Bluegrass Workshop, SoreFingers, the Grand Targhee Music Camp, and others. See www.ivanrosenberg.com for more information.

Both Aaron and Ivan got their music careers started during the '90s in Missoula, Montana, and over the years they worked up a unique duet act of bluegrass-influenced Americana music with guitar, Dobro accompaniment, and no-frills lead vocals and harmonies. They have individually contributed music to High Plains Films (based in Missoula), including their Emmy-nominated documentary "Libby, Montana." But despite their deep repertoire of songs, they never recorded together until 2009, when they collaborated on "Stumbo Lost Wages," a duet album that presents 11 of Aaron's best original songs.



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