The new CD featuring 11 original songs and hand-screened art is now available to buy! Features Blue Sky, Island, and Bonfire and including a 11×14 poster. Get you copy today. They also make great gifts! Get your copy here. You’ll also receive an MP3 to listen to while you wait for your CD to arrive. Or, come to the CD Release Party on Sunday, Nov. 7 from 8-9:30pm at Pies & Pints in Seattle and pick-up a copy in person.
For those of you who don’t want physical copies, you can download MP3s at http://cdbaby.com/joshuadennis.
I just finished two days of tracking drums, bass, piano, guitar, and vocals at the Imperial Room. Thanks to Engineer/Producer/Musician Kevin Suggs, Kory Nagler (Westerly), Dave Bush (Beautiful Confusion), and Nila Leigh (Cady Wire) for playing on the record. It is well on it’s way to being finished. Next up – Mixing. See us play the new songs live on June 2nd at the Sunset Tavern.
I am currently working on recording my second solo effort titled, Melancholy Rain. I plan to have it finished in August of 2010 and it will include 10-11 new songs. This CD will also feature hand screen-printed artwork on the case and booklet.
February has recieved a couple reviews in print and web media. It was chosen as the editors pick on Smother.net and recieved a positive review in the Sacramento News and Review. Mobdog.com reviewed the CD & listeners have also left their own reviews on CDBaby. Click on the links to read the reviews from the source.
You can now listen to and download February, or individual tracks off the albums on I-tunes, and cdbaby.com as well as several other digital media sources. Spread the word!
Two radio stations now. You can listen online to WebRadioPugetSound.com for songs from my 2005 release “February”and at http://www.wholewheatradio.org/. They have a cool interface where you can see what has played, what coming up and what’s in their library. Go here to request any of the songs off ‘February’.
I got mention in the Sacramento News and Review for February Album Writing Month, and I don’t get press very often so I thought I’d tell y’all about it. Much thanks to Christian Kiefer for writing it.
” Only a masochistic songwriter would challenge him- or herself to write an entire album in a month. Local singer-songwriter Josh Schramm is just such a man. Not only that, but he’s managed to hook up with 119 other songwriters online through the February Album Writing Month Web site, the brainchild of musician Burr Settles and the Roman Candles’ Matt Hopper. The goal is that each songwriter writes (and records, if possible) 14 songs during the month of February, posting them on the Web site as they go. It’s an interesting site with a variety of good, weird and just plain awful songs. (Even the awful ones are great in a weird way.) Check it out and cheer Schramm on at www.fawm.org.”
By Christian Kiefer
Sacramento News and Review