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March 18, 2022

Day 145 - Sean Rowe

Sean Rowe was an absolute blast to have on Dystopia Tonight. We talked about his latest album release, going on survival walks, the thing we will and won’t eat based on texture, his passion for music growing up, ditching a social media presence, his song...


Sean Rowe was an absolute blast to have on Dystopia Tonight. We talked about his latest album release, going on survival walks, the thing we will and won’t eat based on texture, his passion for music growing up, ditching a social media presence, his song, “to leave something behind,” and his new album The Darkness Dresses in Colored Lights. Enjoy!

 

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Sean Rowe

Singer / Songwriter / Musician

Sean Rowe is an American singer-songwriter, musician, recording artist, and forager. Rowe has a powerful sound with an emotional conviction that demands attention. NPR’s All Songs Considered says of Rowe’s vocals, “He can just crush granite with that voice. It’s so powerful.” The Wall Street Journal proclaimed, “Mr. Rowe's ringing baritone is as timeless as his approach, recalling the ecstatic intensity of late-'60s Van Morrison and stark subtlety of late-era Johnny Cash.” Rowe has graced the stage of Mountain Jam, Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival as well as opening for Robert Plant and the Alabama Shakes. Both an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and having his song, “To Leave Something Behind” featured in the film, “The Accountant”, have expanded his voice to an international audience.

His latest release, The Darkness Dressed in Colored Lights, was recorded at The Hive in Wisconsin by Grammy-winning engineer, Brian Joseph (Bon Iver). Expanding his sound, Rowe continues to write heartfelt songs strongly rooted in singer-songwriter tradition. PopMatters.com reflected, “with lyrics that have the poetic storytelling quality you expect from Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen.” An avid naturalist and renowned forager, Rowe often speaks of his fascination with the woods and his connection to the land. Look for him on tour currently in a city near you in support of the new album.