CAVALCADE SLATED FOR RELEASE MAY 21, 2013
CAVALCADE, The new album by Jeffrey’s band COLD SATELLITE is scheduled for a May 21 release on Signature Sounds Records, with full-band release tours in April (East coast, Mid-Atlantic), May (Midwest), and through the summer and fall. The release is timed to coincide with the May 1st publication of LITTLE STRANGER, the new book of poems by Lisa Olstein (with whom Jeffrey collaborated to create CAVALCADE) on the venerable Copper Canyon Press.
Visit coldsatellite.com now to hear the single ‘Sleepers Wake’.
COLD SATELLITE 'CAVALCADE' KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN
- In December 2012, COLD SATELLITE - Jeffrey’s full band collaboration with award-winning poet Lisa Olstein - went into the studio to begin recording CAVALCADE, a sophomore album that refines and concentrates the band’s signature amalgam of rock, blues, and country.
In order to finish CAVALCADE and fund the release and tour, COLD SATELLITE has embarked upon the world of Low Finance and started a Kickstarter campaign. With your generous help they’ll finish the record and get out on the road headed to your town, without going broke.
Visit the COLD SATELLITE Kickstarter page now to watch a short movie describing the band, album, and process, hear parts of three songs from the new album, and find a level of support that works for you. THANKS!
PHOTO CREDIT: Toshimi Ogasawara
UK AND IRELAND TOUR
In late January and early February Jeffrey returns to the UK and Ireland for the first time in five years, on a split bill tour with the wonderful songwriter and performer Ry Cavanaugh of the band Session Americana. Details to be had on the TOUR page.
FREE SHIPPING AT THE MIGHTY ALBERT WEBSITE
The Mighty Albert, who handle Jeffrey's CD sales online, are offering free shipping within the Continental United States for this upcoming weekend, December 8-9. Visit their website at: www.mightyalbert.com
JEFFREY RETURNS TO MOUNTAIN STAGE 11/11/12
Jeffrey will appear on the Mountain Stage radio program, recorded live at the WVU Creative Arts Center in Morgantown, West Virginia, on Sunday 11/11/12 at 7 o’clock in the evening. Broadcast date TBA.
KDHX RADIO REVIEWS OFF BROADWAY SHOW 4/26/12
A review from the recent Midwest solo tour supported by Andy Friedman.
HORSE LATITUDES BAND IN THE MIDWEST
The February 2012 Midwest Tour will feature full band appearances at Schuba’s Tavern in Chicago, Illinois and the Stoughton Opera House in Stoughton, Wisconsin. Jeffrey will be joined by Eric Heywood (Pretenders, Ray Lamontagne) on electric and pedal steel guitars, Billy Conway (Morphine) on drums, with Hayward Williams (Cold Satellite) on bass. Tell your friends, and reserve your tickets pronto.
- Photo Credit: ogasawara.ch
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‘REAL LOVE’ SINGLE
‘Real Love’, an unreleased full band cut from the Horse Latitudes sessions, will be available 12/6 as a digital single on iTunes, and worldwide anywhere digital music is sold. A sprightly country rocker, ‘Real Love’ was written in a bar some years ago on a Southwest tour, originally to the tune of ‘Let’s Roll Another Number For the Road’ by Neil Young.
COLD SATELLITE EUROPEAN RELEASE SET FOR NOVEMBER 2011
Cold Satellite - the 2010 album of songs based on the writing of contemporary American poet Lisa OIstein - will be available in Europe as of November 7th via Continental Record Services, with a full band European tour to follow in early 2012. For more information visit:
HORSE LATITUDES WEST COAST RELEASE TOUR STARTS 10/18
The west coast release tour begins at Fremont Abbey in Seattle Tuesday 10/18, with a split-bill show with banjo legend and great songwriter Danny Barnes, a very tall man from Texas who can pick hell out of a banjo. Jeffrey will be backed by Portland’s Jay Kardong (Sera Cahoone, Grand Archives) on pedal steel for the duration of the tour, which winds up with Cafe Du Nord in San Francisco 10/25. Check the tour page for full details, alert your friends, wait for the sign.
DON HENLEY COVERS 'EVERYBODY'S FAMOUS' AT THE GREEK THEATER IN LOS ANGELES
Read the article in the Orange County Register.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WE GIVE YOU THE BIRD
Redbird - the occasional session featuring Jeffrey Foucault, Kris Delmhorst, Peter Mulvey, and David Goodrich - will reconvene August 19th, 20th, and 21st at PASSIM in Cambridge, MA. for a series of shows and some degree of chaos.
JEFFREY FOUCAULT & COLD SATELLITE TO APPEAR AT TWEED RIVER MUSIC FESTIVAL
Jeffrey and the band (Billy Conway, drums; Jeremy Moses Curtis, bass; David Goodrich, electric guitar; Alex Mccollough, pedal steel) will play a Saturday set at the Tweed River Music Festival in Stockbridge, Vermont August 13th. Acts appearing at this year’s festival include Peter Mulvey, Session Americana, Andy Friedman, Bow Thayer’s Perfect Trainwreck, and the legendary Booker T.
Tickets and details can be found at www.tweedrivermusicfestival.com
JEFFREY PLAYS EVERY WEDNESDAY IN JULY AT LIZARD LOUNGE IN CAMBRIDGE, MA
Jeffrey will be playing a Wednesday night residency at the Lizard Lounge (downstairs at Cambridge Common, near Harvard Square, Mass Ave) through July. Special guests, new songs, electric feedback, cold beer, general chaos. Don’t miss it.
NO DEPRESSION REVIEWS HORSE LATITUDES
“…pure beauty and one of the best Americana albums this year”.Read More…
05.03.11 HORSE LATITUDES OFFICIAL RELEASE TODAY!
04.14.11 Jeffrey in the New Yorker Magazine
Previewing Jeffrey’s upcoming full-band appearance at Joe’s Pub in New York City, the New Yorker magazine said: “...Foucault’s voice, and his themes, are gruff, sombre, and deep, and his accompanying musicians, including the Pretenders’ Eric Heywood, on pedal steel, create a sparse, dramatic soundscape.”
02.02.11 Greil Marcus Reviews Cold Satellite in The Believer Magazine
“…a country feel that puts the people who live in the Nashville charts to shame. Then a deep-ditch electric guitar takes a country song into the blues, and lets it go back where it came from. Nothing is pressed, to the point that sometimes the way the voice pulls away from a word or a guitar from a phrase is its own kind of preciousness… Foucault drifts over the words so lightly that they seem to fade as they’re sung, and you might stop trying to hear them as words, let them come as sounds”Read More…