Christopher Denny’s music pulls heavily from both gospel and nation influences, fitted for an designer whose first music experiences occurred in his regional church. The vocalist/songwriter, whose ethereal tone of voice bears a resemblance to Antony of Antony as well as the Johnsons (and, to a smaller level, Jeff Buckley), 1st found a acoustic guitar at age 14 and started writing songs immediately after. A stop by at his great-uncle’s home resulted in the discovery of the Lefty Frizzell and Hank Thompson vinyl fabric collection, which got a deep effect on the youthful musician. Using the blessing and present of a acoustic guitar from his grandfather, also a musician, Denny embarked by himself musical career. It could get off to some rocky begin — weekly into documenting his debut record with his music group the Old Bottoms, Denny clashed along with his companies and made a decision to keep them (and his documenting finance) behind. Time for his hometown of Small Rock and roll, AR, Denny approached Jason Weinheimer, who decided to allow Denny generate the record in his studio room (Weinheimer acted as engineer). Age group Old Hunger premiered in August of 2007, using a tour pursuing immediately after. Denny’s rocky street continued on the arriving years as he fought to obtain sober and comprehensive his second record. Following several tries at both documenting and obtaining clean, Denny finally been successful in both, providing his long-awaited follow-up When the Roses Don’t Eliminate Us in the summertime of 2014.
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