Sunday, August 30, 2015

John Wesley Harding

Earlier this month, British folk-rock John Wesley Harding and his band The King Charles Trio came to Range Recording studios in Ardmore for an In The Mix Live session in support of the Philadelphia-based JWH's excellent new album The Sound Of His Own Voice. In this configuration, The King Charles Trio was a quintet, featuring Scott McCaughey plus Jenny Conlee-Drizos, John Moen, Chris Funk and Nate Query, all of Portland, Oregon's The Decemberists.

John Wesley Harding

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Earlier this month, British folk-rock John Wesley Harding and his band The King Charles Trio came to Range Recording studios in Ardmore for an In The Mix Live session in support of the Philadelphia-based JWH's excellent new album The Sound Of His Own Voice. In this configuration, The King Charles Trio was a quintet, featuring Scott McCaughey plus Jenny Conlee-Drizos, John Moen, Chris Funk and Nate Query, all of Portland, Oregon's The Decemberists.

At Range, Harding - who also writes novels, the most recent of which is the high entertaining classical music thriller Charles Jessold, Considered As A Murderer, under his given name, Wesley Stace - also sat for an interview with me, and did a live video chat with fans on philly.com. A truncated version of the interview, which ran in Wednesday's Inquirer, is here. The archived chat with the witty Renaissance man (and Arsenal fan), who plays the New Hope Winery on Dec. 9, is here

 

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