It’s spring 2014, and we’re currently trotting the globe on our 100-city Everything That Remains Tour, and we are excited to announce that a few of our favorite musicians will be playing a handful of songs before we give our talks in select cities. As always, admission is free (so are the hugs). So arrive 30 minutes early to hear their beautiful music…
Broken Anchor (Austin Hartley-Leonard), whose song “Ohio” is playing on the jukebox in chapter 10 of Everything That Remains, will accompany us on March 25th and 28th in San Diego and Los Angeles. His wonderful new album, Fresh Lemonade, was one of the best albums of 2013.
Isaac Russell, who recently parted ways with Columbia Records to release his own music independently (yay!), will be accompanying us in Salt Lake City on April 15th. His new album will be released this year.
Jay Nash, whose song “Wayfayer” is featured in chapter five of Everything That Remains, will be playing our Boston event on June 11th. His beautiful album, Letters From the Lost, was one of our favorite albums of the past year.
Peter Doran, the man responsible for the tour’s theme song, will join us in London and Dublin on October 9th and October 31st (and likely a few dates in between). You can download his superb Live in Holland album for free.
And if you missed our Tampa event last month, then you missed Atlantic-recording-artist Matt Hires, who helped us kick off our tour with a handful of beautiful songs. But don’t fret, we recorded his entire 30-minute set.
Moreover, we’ll be joined by our friends Leo Babauta in San Francisco, Courtney Carver in Boise, Joshua Becker in Phoenix, Cal Newport in Washington DC, Dana & John of Minimalist Baker in Kansas City, and many other guest speakers. Check your city’s event page for details.
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