Seth Walker has announced his eleventh album, I Hope I Know, will be released May 20 on Royal Potato Family. It's the North Carolina-based singer/songwriter's third studio collaboration with producer Jano Rix. Each song on the ten track collection shines with what many have come to love about Walker and his soulful Americana: diverse influences, contemplative lyrics, that signature blue tone on the guitar, and movement both geographic and spiritual.
Stone Cottage Studios is excited to continue their outdoor, summer series, which featured 12-weeks of live and livestreamed music in Boulder, with two more wonderful shows this August. Coming up on Saturday, August 21, is a special surprise concert, in partnership with KGNU and the Colorado Bluegrass Music Society, with bluegrass band Lovers Leap featuring Billy Cardine.
Seth Walker has announced the release of his first book, 'Your Van Is On Fire: The Miscellaneous Meanderings of a Musician.' Already a critically acclaimed singer/songwriter and visual artist, Walker now adds published author to his resume. Part memoir, part meditation and part art gallery, 'Your Van Is On Fire' is a riotous and charming melange of an artist's meandering life spent in perpetual motion searching for the muse.
Today, Seth Walker shares the video for his new single, "We Got This." The song is a rallying cry for people everywhere to come together. While its origins pre-dated the COVID-19 outbreak, Walker completed the lyrics and recording with the help of producer Jano Rix of The Wood Brothers following the shutdown caused by the pandemic.
“Sometimes you have to remind yourself why you started something in the first place,” muses Seth Walker. On his stellar new album, ‘Gotta Get Back’ due out September 2nd, he does precisely that, excavating the roots of his love affair with music and reuniting with the family that helped spark the fire all those years ago. The record is as remarkable as the story behind it, which stretches from Walker’s childhood living on a commune in North Carolina to stints in Austin, Nashville, New York and New Orleans.
Seth Walker has announced a U.S. tour this spring in support of The Mavericks. The 24-date run comes in support of Seth's latest album, Time Can Change. With dates spanning from coast-to-coast, the tour begins March 15 in San Antonio, TX and continues through April 20 when it concludes in Verona, NY. The shows are the latest in a series of collaborations between Seth and The Mavericks' frontman Raul Malo.