Jon Shain & FJ Ventre | Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday Soon

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Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday Soon

by Jon Shain & FJ Ventre

Jon Shain and FJ Ventre collaborate to bring a more contemplative singer-songwriter, almost Beatlesque, pop influence to their usual Blues and Americana influences.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Song for an Old Friend
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2. Bandits
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3. Empty Again
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4. Hear Them Calling Me
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5. Look Away
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6. Bracing for a Hurricane
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7. Petty Theft
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8. Wonderful Life
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9. The Second Hand
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10. Gone to Find Fenario
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11. Jackson's Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
These songs are dedicated to the memory of Jason Golliher aka Jackson Hall. Jackson was a brilliant creative spark that left us all too soon . For about ten years, he was a musical collaborator, an inspiration, and a true and generous friend. The question that guided us in making this album was “WWJD” - What would Jackson do? We hope we’d have done him proud. You can check out his paintings at www.jasongolliher.com.

Jon Shain had the good fortune to learn directly from a number of NC's older blues players, and became a member of Big Boy Henry's backing band. He got his start playing his own music with old area favorite roots rockers Flyin' Mice. Jon was a finalist (along with FJ) in the 2009 International Blues Challenge in Memphis and the 2008 and 2018 winner of the Triangle Blues Society’s Blues Challenge and 2006 winner of NC’s Indy award for Best Folk Act. He has shared stages with the likes of Keb' Mo', John Hiatt, and Jackson Browne.

FJ Ventre and Jon began playing music together in 1982 when they met in high school. FJ went on to University of Massachusetts-Lowell, earning a B.A. in Music Performance and Sound Recording. He remained in the Boston area, performing in the city's vibrant music scene. Since relocating to Chapel Hill, NC in 2000, Ventre has performed with his own group The Swang Brothers, as well as Chris Stamey, Rebecca and the Hi-Tones, and Wyatt Easterling.

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