Archive for April, 2011

Jesse Manley “Find our Way Home” featured on Epitonic

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Denver recording artist Jesse Manley, (who’s new release “Devil’s Red” is due out April 26), is currently being featured on the front page of the premier digital music hub Epitonic (click to grab the track “Find Your Way Home”)!


Also:

Jesse will be performing live to celebrate the release of Devil’s Red on April 29, 2011 at The Walnut Room in Denver, with Radical Knitting Circle and Rachael Pollard.

Advance tickets can be purchased Here

- Randall
helmet room recordings

New Release: Jesse Manley “Devil’s Red” (Jesse Manley Music)

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Jesse Manley

Genre: Folk, Americana
Label:
Jesse Manley Music
For Listeners who like: Mason Jennings, Devandra Banhart
Digital Release Date: 04.26.2011
Digital Distribution: IRIS
Physical Distribution: Super D’s

About Jesse Manley:
Jesse Manley was born in Montana and spent his early childhood on an expansive ranch just north of Yellowstone National Park. Jesse’s musical style was shaped by the history and raw folklore of Montana, as well as listening to his father both play traditional folk music and recite Robert Service’s gritty tales of the west. In Jesse’s writing, one can hear the influence of his youth in the expansive tales of toil and love, as well as poetic verses exploring love, death, and God.

Jesse created his debut album collaborating with multi-instrumentalist and producer Dave Willey (Thinking Plague/Hamster Theatre)

In addition, Jesse is partnering with some of Denver’s most experienced and dynamic musicians to preview the album for audiences throughout Denver and Boulder.

Jesse will be performing live to celebrate the release of Devil’s Red on April 29, 2011 at The Walnut Room in Denver, with Radical Knitting Circle and Rachael Pollard.

Advance tickets can be purchased Here

For more information, or to receive a copy of Devil’s Red for review or airplay, please contact Randall Frazier:

Randall Frazier
news@helmetroom.com
helmet room recordings