Over The Rhine At e-Town Hall On 7/7

Article Contributed by All Eyes Media | Published on Thursday, May 23, 2019

Critically acclaimed husband and wife duo Over the Rhine will perform at e-Town Hall on July 7 in support of their latest album Love & Revelation  (released March 15). Celebrating 30 years of making music together, the duo’s first album in four years finds them in a deeply reflective place, contemplating both personal loss and the wavering of America’s collective compass. The record explores the many forms of grief and how we process it, but as with much of Over The Rhine’s body of work, there is a deep undercurrent of hope. The Associated Press says, “'Love & Revelation' is a subdued but lovely celebration...the topics are often sad and the tempos mostly slow, all the better to showcase Bergquist’s warm, wise, honest alto. She sounds better than ever.” You can listen to the album in its entirety via Rolling Stone Country here

Linford Detweiler and Karin Bergquist (aka Over The Rhine) have a long established reputation for delivering genuine, heartfelt stories of the human condition. The pair's thoughtful, incisive lyrics are often inspired by a certain time and place, illustrating life’s major moments, from suffering to celebration, while also creating a personal connection that feels innately human. Featuring deeply rich textures, intricate arrangements and Bergquist’s warm, evocative vocals, Love & Revelation reflects the last four years. The resulting soulful collection of songs showcases the pair's timeless craft and understated, yet powerful sound that continues to resonate.  Hear their new song "Los Lunas" via American Songwriter here

Over The Rhine's ability to connect on such a personal level has established a loyal following and garnered widespread critical acclaim from press including NPR Music, The New York Times, Huffington Post, American Songwriter and more (view highlights). Following a run of shows this spring, Over The Rhine will host their fourth annual Nowhere Else Festival over Memorial Day Weekend on their farm in rural Ohio. Featuring a variety of artists, writers and filmmakers, the “musical family reunion" acts as an extension of the community they have established, with over 1,000 fans and friends coming together for a weekend of music, art and conversation. (View More Info Here)