The Charlotte Observer previewed our show at The Evening Muse:
Eliot Bronson, Dean Fields and Andy Zipf have all played Evening Muse before, but Sunday, the East Coast singer-songwriters will share the stage – along with Muse first-timer Jason Myles Goss.
The four have dubbed the tour The Parlor Sessions, and at the show they’ll act as each other’s backing band, trading songs and collaborating.
“We wanted to try to make it better than the average songwriter-in-the-round, give it some continuity and make it like a real show,” says Atlanta songwriter Bronson. “We don’t want to have four shows that stop and start between songs.”
Fields, who lives in Nashville, came up with the idea for four established songwriters from different areas of the country to hit the road together.
“The advantages are being able to share booking, promotions and driving duties – the driving is a huge one – but it’s a big commitment to dedicate the months of preparation in doing something of this scale,” Fields says. “Just coordinating a Google hangout with four type-B personalities can be a tall order…”