Jeremy Garrett Solo Album Available Now


Submitted by -LiveLoud Wed, 10/05/2016 - 7:10 am

The new solo album from fiddle player Jeremy Garrett of the Grammy-nominated Infamous Stringdusters’, The RV Sessions 2, is now available directly via Jeremy’s website and all digital service providers. Premiering the record exclusively with The Bluegrass Situation, The RV Sessions 2 was recorded and (mostly) written during Jeremy’s time on the road - not with The ‘Dusters but during his downtime in the “home” he shares with his wife - a 40-foot RV. The RV Sessions 2 is a collection of all instrumental songs inspired by the sights and sounds of another year’s worth of travels and described by Live Music Daily as "...sweet masterful sounds."
From the opening track “Cobra” – a title that evokes the intensity of Garrett’s on-stage fiddling – to the subtle melodicism of the closing, “So Long,” The RV Sessions 2 offers music that neatly complements both its predecessor and the combination of songs and extended improvisations that characterize The Infamous Stringdusters’ live appearances. It’s a nod to the bluegrass tradition in which Jeremy was raised – a world in which all-instrumental albums were a regular occurrence – but ranges across a broad sonic landscape where rock, jazz, pop and other influences can be glimpsed at every turn. And while he’s best known as a fiddler, The RV Sessions 2 testifies to Jeremy’s increasingly impressive skills on guitar and mandolin, along with a savvy exploration of technology that makes for an even broader tonal palette.
The RV Sessions 2 is a musical portrait that’s both stunning and intimate; an exploration of both inner and outer landscapes that reflects Jeremy Garrett’s ongoing journey in music and life. For his growing legion of fans – colleagues across the musical spectrum included – and for those who know him only as a member of The Infamous Stringdusters, The RV Sessions 2 presents the latest chapter in a career that’s already brought years of enjoyment and serves notice that plenty more are still to come.