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Wyatt Easterling | Where This River Goes

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Where This River Goes

by Wyatt Easterling

Intimate and laid back, this Folk/Americana collection reminds the listener of a time in their life when songs reflected their world. This is still true today. Where This River Goes stays with you long after the music ends. It is a keeper.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Where This River Goes
3:34 $0.99
2. Anymore
4:08 $0.99
3. Life's So Funny
3:59 $0.99
4. Modern Day Drifter
4:26 $0.99
5. Sounds Like Life To Me (feat. Jessi Colter-Jennings)
3:28 $0.99
6. Sometimes You Just Need a Friend
3:42 $0.99
7. Is That What We Are?
4:17 $0.99
8. Before Tonight Becomes Tomorrow
3:27 $0.99
9. Rainy Night in Georgia
4:12 album only
10. Fireflies and Whippoorwills
3:46 $0.99
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Album Notes
Wyatt Easterling follows a steady songwriting current that has made him one of Nashville’s most prominent songwriters. “I'm a songwriter with deep country and folk ties; I like to write little vignettes about everyday life. I confess to loving heartbreaking ballads,” says Wyatt. His new release, Where this River Goes on High Horse Records captures his words and soul. From the title track to his duet with Jessi Colter Jennings ("Sounds Like Life To Me") Wyatt’s album is filled with simple truths and poignant stories.
Raised in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Wyatt’s music reflects his upbringing. The subtle, confident groove keeps his first album on High Horse Records perfectly in tune with the Tobacco Road songwriting tradition that James and Livingston Taylor have come to define.
Produced by Celeste Krenz and Wyatt Where this River Goes was recorded at Jay’s Place and The Sound Shop Recording Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. Complementing Easterling’s poignant voicings and songs of sophisticated beauty are guitarist Danny Parks, keyboardist and engineer Jay Vernali, drummer Brian Burnett, and bassist Jon Vogt, Paul Jefferson, jimbe, cellists Jenny Lynn Young and Dave Henry, and backup singers Celeste Krenz, Buffy Lawson, Jessi Colter Jennings, and Sonny.
Among the most notable is “Sounds Like Life to Me” with the great Jessi Colter Jennings and “Modern Day Drifter,” a song that gained national notoriety when country star Dierks Bently covered it on his most recent album. Easterling’s take brings the song back to its roots, evoking a personal feel that only its songwriter could harness.
Where This River Goes shows that there’s no greater rush than hearing a songwriter sing his own stories. Wyatt embodies the finest qualities of Nashville Americana.



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A Treasure
Wyatt allows the emotion behind his music to shine through creating a CD that will stand the test of time. "Where This River Goes" constantly offers up lyrical tidbits that grab you and never let you go. His eloquent observations of every day life… the struggles, heartaches, and hope… delivered in a smooth, warm voice and tasteful musical arrangements, goes straight to the heart. From the title track “Where This River Goes” to “Sounds Like Life To Me” (a gorgeous duet with the great Jessi Colter Jennings) to the final track “Fireflies and Whipporwills” there is not a song on the entire album that disappoints.