Archive for February, 2010

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Tom is currently working on a new collection of artwork.

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LHO on NPR’s Mountain Stage, March 5-7

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Photo by Brian Blauser

Photo by Brian Blauser

LeE HARVeY OsMOND recently performed on NPR’s Mountain Stage along with Cowboy Junkies. The episode will be aired during the weekend March 5-7, 2010. You can check out the playlist in advance here.

Check this list of NPR affiliates for a station near you; the show will also be archived and stored at http://www.npr.org/mountainstage after the broadcast.

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Listen to Tom on CHCanada.com

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Tom Wilson will be appearing on CHCanada.com Indie Radio Show on February 24th at 8:00pm for an unplugged set.
This show is broadcast to the surrounding area and is also live streamed on the internet at http://www.radiocaledon.com.
After the broadcast, it will be available as a podcast on http://chcanada.blogspot.com.

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Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

LEE HARVEY OSMOND on NPR’s World Cafe

The Sound Of Acid Folk Live on NPR

January 28, 2010 from WXPN – With a career that stretches back three decades, Tom Wilson remains one of Canada’s most prolific and talented songwriters. Since his days as a guitarist and vocalist for bands such as Florida Razors, Blackie & The Rodeo King and Junkhouse — and as a prolific songwriter for artists such as Billy Ray Cyrus and Mavis Staples — Wilson continues to make unexpected career moves. His most recent project, LeE HARVeY OsMOND, finds him concocting hazy acid-folk with members of Cowboy Junkies, The Skydiggers and The Sadies.

Although Wilson guides the band’s musical direction, its debut, A Quiet Evil, has the unmistakable soundhttp://latentrecordings.com/leeharveyosmond/wp-admin/post-new.php

of a collaborative effort. As the band conjures hypnotic arrangements — tinged with country and the sound of Spaghetti Westerns — Wilson’s hushed vocals float effortlessly alongside, rising just enough above the haze to

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