Cole Washburn

Cole Washburn Hat In Hand Track by Track

It wasn’t really my goal to upgrade or compete with Traveler’s Moon.  I think each of the works kind have established their own feel and instrumentation.  Who knows what the next album will explore! -Cole Washburn by Walter Price   Award winning storyteller Cole Washburn has just released his full length debut ‘Hat In Hand’ (Gravity…

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Cole Washburn Releases The Widow

by Walter Price   Folk based country music artist and a favorite of our’s round here Cole Washburn has released the long anticipated video for “The Widow” from his award winning EP Traveler’s Moon (Gravity Nashville). The hauntingly subtle and profound clip tells a fact rich Civil War tale as Washburn told me not long ago, “The…

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Cole Washburn ‘Only Love’

by Walter Price   Only a few people can carry authenticity in sounds made staples in music’s vast history. One of those voices is Tennessee’s Cole Washburn. There is a certain amount of 60’s pop and country someplace between the Frankie Valli era, Ray Price and Bill Anderson in his mesmerizing new single. Definitely an infectious mix…

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Cole Washburn – Anastasia

Featured Artist: Cole Washbiurn Cole Washburn is a singer/songwriter who understands the history, the legacy of not just those who have come before him but has the understanding of deep-rooted traditions in storytelling. Each of the six tracks on his Traveler’s Moon EP could be excerpts from six books you want to fall into. Leaving…

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Cole Washburn: Traveler’s Moon

By Walter Price  “Once upon a fairytale. Climbed aboard we set sail. Those days are over now but love still prevails.  Now you know how this story goes. You grow old but not alone. Just remember these words as you go.”  – Traveler’s Moon Cole Washburn is a singer/songwriter who understands the history, the legacy…

I Like Country Music

Sarah Gayle Meech By Walter Price Country music’ is such a loose term these days, you know, since the genre has all but disappeared in the last 50 years and what you hear on US pop-country-mega-bro-corporation programmed stations is but a shadow of the deep rooted folk leaning sounds of times past. But that’s cool, for some people.Since…