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Friday, 30 April 2010 03:26

Steve Dawson 4/30/10 + Video

Steve Dawson 4/30/10 Sara Finke
Written by Roy Kasten
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  • Date Recorded: April 30, 2010
  • Artist / Band: Steve Dawson
  • Hosting Show: Feel Like Going Home
  • Sound: Jon Valley
  • Video: Ed Kleinberg

Longtime leader of Chicago rock band Dolly Varden, Steve Dawson expanded his sonic and lyrical range with the solo album Sweet Is the Anchor in 2004, and now, with "I Will Miss the Trumpets and the Drums," he's continuing to explore the possibilities of solo recording.

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With the voice of a blue-eyed soul singer, and a musical sensibility that draws from classic country, contemporary pop, and deep soul music (including fronting the soul cover band Stet 5), Dawson's approach on "I Will Miss the Trumpets and the Drums" is that of a songwriter, arranger and singer who always looks for emotional honesty and connection. Dawson was in St. Louis for an appearance at the Soul Brothers and Sisters! James Brown Tribute on April 30, 2010, as well as a co-bill show with David Olney at Off Broadway on May 1.

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