Thank you to Acoustic Guitar Magazine for welcoming Tom Brosseau back to their home offices to perform three songs. See Tom perform selections from the trilogy of Crossbill releases. Tom starts off with “Fit to Be Tied” from ‘North … Read more
Don’t Tell Me is an unreleased song from the “North Dakota Impressions” sessions. Written and performed by Tom Brosseau and filmed by Georgie D’Albiac-Brewin at The Basement in York, UK.… Read more
Thanks to Sjimon Gumpers and Impose for featuring Tom Brosseau’s previously unreleased “Don’t Tell Me”, a song from the “North Dakota Impressions” sessions. To celebrate Tom’s upcoming tour he has released a live video recorded in York during his U.K. … Read more
Garrett Pierce takes us mushroom foraging as he explores the redwood coast of Sonoma & Mendocino County. Thanks to Impose for premiering Garrett’s self shot and directed video. Take a look at “Distant Thought” HERE.… Read more
Tom Brosseau and Garrett Pierce will be joining forces and playing shows together throughout the West Coast in Feb/March to celebrate Garrett’s Crossbill Records release ‘Dusk’ (2/17/17).
Join TB and GP in listening rooms, living rooms and cafes as they … Read more
Thanks to American Songwriter for premiering “Distant Thought”, the first single off the upcoming Garrett Pierce release, “Dusk” (4/14/17). Also want to thank Nooga.com and Power Of Pop for their excellent reviews of the single. We appreciate the early support … Read more
This week Tom begins a month of touring throughout Europe and he’s bringing the new record “North Dakota Impressions” with him!
drawing by Mayon Hanania
“Brosseau’s voice and tender way with words remains at the forefront of everything his gentle … Read more
As part of Tom’s east coast tour he and Sean Watkins stopped by a “tiny house” at the Old City Farm and Guild in Washington D.C. to share 3 songs from “North Dakota Impressions” as part of a NPR Music’s … Read more
You can now purchase the “North Dakota Impressions” on classic black vinyl, CD and digital mp3 HERE.
“…Brosseau sees the world as a complicated place. One that’s surrounded by darkness but ultimately overwhelmed by love.” NPR
“Brosseau’s friendly, plaintive … Read more