Eliot Bronson - "Comin' For Ya North Georgia Blues" (video) (Premiere)

by Brice Ezell

14 October 2014

Watch the talented, under-the-radar singer/songwriter Eliot Bronson give a stripped-down performance of "Comin' For Ya North Georgia Blues", a tune from his forthcoming self-titled LP.
 

The Atlanta-based singer/songwriter Eliot Bronson is releasing his self-titled LP next week. You’ve already heard “Comin’ For Ya North Georgia Blues” when it premiered on Ultimate Guitar. Now, you can view a video of Bronson performing the song in a stripped-down, intimate arrangement below.

Bronson is becoming one of the key up-and-coming songwriters in the Americana scene. For his newest album, which was recorded entirely in analog, he recorded with producer David Cobb, who is responsible for records by Americana heavyhitters such as Sturgill Simpson and Jason Isbell.
  
Bronson tells PopMatters about the video and the song, “I like people with a touch of crazy in them. There’s a girl like that in this song.

“When you tell people what a song is about, they stop listening. It’s about how it makes you feel, when you’re really in it.

“We just knocked this video out in one take. That’s how I like music, of the moment and real.”



Eliot Bronson is out on October 21st through Saturn 5 Records / Hubbub!. You can stream it now courtesy of Acoustic Guitar at this link.

You can catch Bronson at any of the dates below:

Oct 25 Eddie’s Attic Decatur, GA
Oct 27 Rockwood Music Hall New York, NY
Nov 01 The Crimson Moon Cafe Dahlonega, GA
Nov 05 Moonlight on the Mountain Birmingham, AL
Nov 06 Courville’s Concert Series Beaumont, TX
Nov 09 Concerts In The Attic Fort Worth, TX
Nov 10 Eureka Unitarian Church Eureka Springs, AR
Nov 12 Village Wine Effingham, IL
Nov 13 Uncommon Ground Chicago, IL
Nov 14 The Fox Note Princeton, WI
Nov 15 Wildwood Station Pavilion Marshfield, WI
Nov 16 We Create Media Valparaiso, IN
Nov 20 Grey Eagle Asheville, NC
Nov 21 The Evening Muse Charlotte, NC
Nov 22 Cary Arts Center Cary, NC
Dec 02 BON Charlottesville, VA
Dec 04 Blue Ridge Rock School Blacksburg, VA
Dec 06 Eutaw Place Baltimore, MD
Dec 07 Tin Angel Philadelphia, PA

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