Super excited to be a part of To The Front Fest in Lexington, KY which is focused on “creating a platform for the inclusion and visibility of marginalized identities within the arts community.”
Jake Hellman approached me some time ago about co-writing some country songs, two things I hadn’t really done before. We had a lot of fun working together and formed a band for one show. Thanks to Billy Lease, Austin Hellman, and Nick Hall for accompanying us, to Jeff Jobson for bootlegging the set, to DaveContinue reading “Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn: Bootlegged at Butchertown Social”
Señor Diablo of Belushi Speedball are some of the biggest promoters of the Louisville music scene. I played a secret show with them at Monnik and you can catch the set here:
We can officially spill the beans! My band is playing Poorcastle Festival which falls the weekend of the 4th of July this year! Lead guitarist Mark Hamilton, bassist Josh Johnson, and I are playing with Zack Kennedy on drums now, if you haven’t heard. More details TBA. https://www.leoweekly.com/2019/04/exclusive-heres-lineup-poorcastle-2019/ Thanks to Slugger City Sound forContinue reading “Poorcastle Festival 2019”
I’m pleased to announce that my band is playing the Kentuckiana Pride Festival on Saturday, June 15th! Guitarist Mark Hamilton, drummer Zack Kennedy, and bassist Josh Joshson will be joining me.
I composed the acapella piece for the title track of “The Dance” and voiced other poems which were produced by The Glass Eye Ensemble as part of their multimedia art installation which you can check out tonight at Tim Faulkner Gallery. Doors at 6p, a brief live performance by me/Mark Hamilton and Ron Whitehead/Jae GradyContinue reading ““The Dance” Album Release and Opening”
Next Tuesday, Jake Hellman and I debut our little country side project, Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn.
Ron Whitehead and The Glass Eye Ensemble featuring Sheri Streeter present THE DANCE a Howard and Nancy Bruner Wilson & sonaBLAST! Records release Friday, March 1, 2019 at 6-11 pm with Live Performance at 8 pm at Tim Faulkner Gallery 991 Logan Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 502-389-0347
My friend Jake Hellman (Prayer Line) and I started co-writing on a quirky country side-project called Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn (which is more or less our real names). Louisville is for Lovers released our first single today about getting dumped by text, and we sure hope you like it. You can buy it locally atContinue reading ““I’ll Be Free””
Jake Hellman and I co-wrote a quirky country song as Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn (pretty much our real names) about getting dumped by text. It’s now streaming on the Louisville is for Lovers comp ahead of the 2/1 release of the CD. Anthony Olympia played slide guitar on this track. Thanks to John KingContinue reading “Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn”