Three Singer Songwriters for Mid March
These talented songwriters released their albums last year, but they’re still worth checking out this year too. Maybe they make you party or want to chill with friends, but no matter what I can guarantee there’s something here for everyone.
Milton Shushack – Self Titled
-Shushank reminds me a little of Shaky Graves. He’s a legitimate singer songwriter with lots of traditional tunes. Hailing from Canada, Shushank brings a colorful presentation to these classics. The instrumentation is traditional and each track will have you reflecting on a nostalgia that may be older than your own life. It’s a wonder.
Jacob McCoy Burton – Hold the Line
-Jacob McCoy Burton’s vocal quality is incredible. He sings like it’s his last chance to deliver the line. He reminds me a bit of Dustin Kensrue, who was also a favorite of mine. Honestly, this album probably deserved its own feature post last year. Burton is someone that you should prioritize and really listen to. His career shows great promise. If you’re in A&R from a label, you need to snatch up this talented songwriter. He’s got that magic “it” factor.
Andrew White – Favor in the Wind
-Andrew White is a talented songwriter from right here in Ohio. His music has a nice chill acoustic vibe to it, while his vocals are almost “ambient” in their aesthetic. You’ll find the album easy to listen to as background music or as a focus piece. White’s light touch on the acoustic guitar is captivating in its effectiveness. Fans of David Gray or Iron and Wine will find much to enjoy from Andrew White.