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Friday, March 14, 2014

Adam Faucett sings in his kitchen, has a new album

Posted By on Fri, Mar 14, 2014 at 9:08 AM


Couch by Couchwest (CXCW) sounds necessary to me, an annual online music festival for those of us "too broke to go to Austin," in which artists record and send in performances from their own "living rooms, kitchens, porches, bathrooms, you name it." Yesterday they featured Little Rock's own Adam Faucett, who gives a gorgeous and eerie take on "Poet Song," a track from his excellent new album "Blind Water Finds Blind Water." If you haven't heard the record, released on Tuesday by Little Rock's Last Chance Records, you're missing one of the year's best. 

Faucett will be touring behind the album for the next several weeks, but will be back in town at White Water on April 23.

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