Presenting the debut EP from Nashville’s Arts Fishing Club
Grandfathers and fishing are as American Pastoral as you can get.
And as luck would have it, Chris Kessenich was blessed with a pair of grandpas who instilled in him the zen art of wading and waiting in the water for that line to tug down.
It’s a stillness and revelry that exists in the music he makes with the band he named Arts Fishing Club in honor the time he spent with these special men, both of whom were named Art by the way.
Recorded at Smoakstack Studios in Nashville with Collin Pastore (Lucy Dacus, Collin Elmore) and Zach Zinck at the helm, the RNRG is honored to be able to premiere the first half of their double EP debut entitled Human. With a lineup rounded out by Matthew Siffert (Bass), Peter Eddins (Keys/Sax), and Jimi Greene (Lead Guitar), the band has created a collection of songs here exhibit both the warmth of a classic Jesse Winchester album you might have discovered at the local Goodwill and the energy that might draw you to a group like Clem Snide or Grandaddy.
Do check this out and remember that great American rock still very much exists on a regional level as well.
Human, Part I officially hits the Internet tomorrow.