Monday, June 8, 2020

Folk Artist John McCutcheon Tells Us Tales Of "Cabin Fever" During The Pandemic

Singer/songwriter John McCutcheon emerged from his recent quarantine with an album's worth of new material that he wrote and recorded in a matter of three weeks. The prolific folk artist released his new album "Cabin Fever - Songs From The Quarantine" digitally just last month and it features some of McCutcheon's most truthful and honest work to date.

His new eighteen track release begins with the song "Front Line," singing about the heathcare workers that had to overcome obstacles to tackle this virus head-on. Next, he lays his heart on his sleeve, showing us his feelings for his fellow folk artist John Prine and hearing about his death from the Coronavirus with the telling of "The Night John Prine Died." McCutcheon's words paint the perfect picture with the descriptive tale of "In Bristol Bay" and also adds a bit of fun with the romance of "Six Feet Away." John's voice is so warm and inviting that you hang on his every word, thoroughly enjoying the stories of "That's All" and "My Talking Dog Blues." He wraps up his new album (maybe the first entire album about the pandemic) with the promises of what to do "When All This Is Over" and the classic folk strumming of "Traveler's Rest." To find out more about John McCutcheon and his latest release "Cabin Fever - Songs From The Quarantine," please visit folkmusic.com.

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