Today’s the big day! All of our patient waiting has paid off and Daniel Knox’s self-titled album has finally hit the shelves! Along with the release of his latest ten-track effort, Knox has led us deeper into his world with personal interviews and videos to accompany his original songs.
On top of that, Knox will be playing a sold-out record release show at Chicago’s Constellation this Saturday, February 28th. A special early show has been added! Continue reading for more details.
The Chicago Reader and Vanity Fair featured interviews with Daniel Knox on his upbringing, his favorite places, and how he got started making music.
Vanity Fair also premiered the newest video for “Don’t Touch Me,” one of the new original songs off the self-titled album. Watch the video, shot in Chicago and directed by John Atwood.
If you missed your chance to grab tickets for Daniel Knox’s original record release show, don’t worry! An early show has been added at 7:30 on February 28th. Tickets are still available here!
Daniel Knox’s self-titled album is swiftly approaching like an arrow loosed from Cupid’s wily bow, and whether or not you choose to acknowledge the holiday of love, you can’t ignore the bevy of new songs coming your way. Lots of people are getting ready to fall head-over-heels for the record’s release on February 24th! You can pre-order the album here.
Knox gave us a peek at songs from the new album, performing for CHIRP (Chicago Independent Radio Project) in their very first Factory Session.
Daniel’s first single, Blue Car, premiered on BBC Radio 6 Music‘s Tom Ravenscroft show.
And don’t forget, Knox kicks off the album with a record release show February 28th at the Constellation in Chicago. Get your tickets here to experience this musical heart-to-heart with the Midwestern crooner himself.
Chicago’s Constellation will present Daniel Knox performing songs from his new self-titled album on Saturday, February 28. Knox’s latest album, acclaimed by the UK’s Uncut Magazine as “an achingly lovely exercise in vintage, chrome-plated, wood-paneled Americana,” features ten original songs and contributions from The Handsome Family’s Brett Sparks.
The evening promises an intimate setting showcasing a heartfelt performance from the man who calls Chicago home.
Tickets available here!
Following this record release show, Knox will be joining The Handsome Family on their upcoming UK tour.
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Check out the new video for Daniel Knox’s “Blue Car”. The first track off his self-titled record coming out Jan 20th 2015!
We are so excited to announce our reissue of 2003′s Singing Bones and 1998′s Through the Trees on vinyl this November 4th! Previously available only on CD and digitally, these fantastic albums, originally recorded to tape, are finally getting the analog treatment they deserve. Pre-order your copies today!
“The Louisville Outskirts Festival is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run weekend of musical performances, educational workshops, and community building. The festival seeks to encourage, support, inspire, and highlight the music made by women* of Louisville’s independent music scene as well as showcase influential and inspiring musicians selected from other parts of the country and world. The Outskirts Festival aims to demonstrate that female musicians are complex and multifaceted artists. We have many different points of view to express, musical influences that have shaped us, and diverse experiences that we have lived. We hope that our festival will shatter stereotypes about what “women’s music” is. ”
A sketch of THF at the Englert Theater in Iowa City by Dmitry Samarov.
The Louisville, KY Courier-Journal urges you to ‘hear The Handsome Family’s dark love’ this Friday at the Decca Cellar Lounge.
“I really enjoy the process of honing down a story to its essential elements,” Rennie said. “[...]I like that idea where a song is just like a snapshot of a story and there’s a lot of space for mystery. I like when things are a little unclear. It’s good for your brain. I’m not interested in stories that make too much sense — there’s no room for dreaming.”
Check out the full story here.
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