Attic Wolves’ new single, "Here's to Looking Back", has been selected by Ben Jaffe (Preservation Hall Jazz Band) as winner of the 2014 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival John Lennon Songwriting Contest. In the effort to pay it forward, Attic Wolves will be donating any and all tips received for the download to the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus. The bus goes all over the US introducing students to songwriting, recording, and many other facets of media production. Their work is a unique opportunity to make industry experiences available to young people and we are honored to support their efforts in any way we can. For more information, visit lennonbus.org.
If you’re interested in more of Attic Wolves brand of Folk Rock, their 2012 debut EP, Carry Us On and the complete seond EP, Volume and Boldnessis available on Bandcamp and iTunes. Visit us on Facebook, watch us on Youtube, and follow us on Twitter!
The winning tune, “Here’s to Looking Back”, was penned by Matt Richardson and Nate Heavilin. The JLSC award is the latest on a growing list of accolades for the Heavilin/Richardson songwriting team and the Attic Wolves collectively. The complete EP, Volume and Boldness was produced by Timothy Gerak at Mammoth Cave Studios (Denver, CO) and mastered by Joe Hutchinson at Garage Masters (Nashville, TN).
Attic Wolves is presently comprised of:
- Matt Richardson (Writer, Vocals, Accordion, Mandolin)
- Nate Heavilin (Writer, Lead Vocals, Guitar)
- Logan Wade (Percussion, Mandolin)
- Blake Huntington (Vocals, Banjo, Mandolin, Trumpet)
- Caleb Heavilin (Vocals, Bass)
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