MidPointMusic: great presentation with @topicdesign at the AMA luncheon Friday. enjoyed the folks we met and learned much!
If you close your eyes and open your ears and mind while listening to Northeast Ohio singer/songwriter Tom Evanchuck, it would be easy to imagine him being a popular artist during the ’60s Folk revival. Evanchuck’s voice has a ring of authenticity that can’t be faked and his fingerpicking acoustic guitar skills are astonishing. It’s almost shocking to see Evanchuck’s photo after listening to his music for a while — he looks like he’s not even old enough to drink. Fans of traditional Blues and Folk should grab a copy of Evanchuck’s album Tom immediately.
Dig It: Bob Dylan’s voice circa 1964 paired with Mississippi John Hurt’s fingers circa 1930. (MB)