Archive for October, 2009

CAST OF THOUSANDS: The Art of Tom Wilson

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

New Facebook page for A Cast of Thousands.


Click Tom to check out the fall 2009 collection.

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Odd company: Tom Wilson brings acid-folk to the Arden

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

“People talk about the darkness on this record, but the more you listen to it, the more it attaches itself to your heart and soul. It’s not music that bounces off you, it sticks right in your chest, but in an inviting way.”

In a strange way, LHO has enabled Wilson’s career to come full circle. He says it’s kind of how he wanted Junkhouse to be 20 years ago before a record deal hijacked it into being a loud band.

And it’s put him exactly where he’s wanted to be ever since he picked up an upright bass in church as a kid.

“We played folk songs and I decided at the age of 14 that I wanted to be a folksinger. But it didn’t matter how hard I tried over 35 years of making music, I’ve never really been accepted by the folk world.”

Read the full article in the Edmonton Journal.

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“The Love of One” live in DC

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Watch Lee Harvey Osmond perform The Love of One live on The Loft Sessions in Washington, DC.

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Interview with Tom in Vue Weekly

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

“It’s funny; there was so much innocence about this project when it started,” Wilson continues. “How we went about it, the honesty, and there was no idea about radio play or touring. The music relied on how happy we were in the moment.”

Read the full article at Vue Weekly.

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