Sounds Like: Townes Van Zant, Jay Farrar, Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams, Patterson Hood
Manager: Paul Edelman, Rocky Mountain Artists
Almost born on the airplane from Columbus to Philly, The Jangling Sparrow prefers to quietly let others play their hand.
He has cultivated a passionate, loyal following with original yet reverent, arresting music.
Edgy and misty, Edelman's lyrics, song crafting, vocals, technical prowess and raw ...See Full Bio
““Radio, play me into town,” is the request of local singer-songwriter Paul Edelman on Stranger Things and Truer Words, his February release. The album — highly deserving of radio attention — is a pitch-perfect collection, inspired largely by travel — in both the exterior and interior sense. The 10 tracks stitch dusty Americana and gritty folk-rock with jangly guitar and the kind of songwriting that hits sharp and sticks strong as a stubborn splinter. In the very best way. there’s a supple refinement just beyond Edelman’s rough exterior. He’s the modern cowboy poet, the troubadour in Carhartts and workbooks. The simple warmth... belies the complexity of its composition and emotionalism — but that’s Edelman’s charm. He wraps deep thought in the cozy flannel of his contagious song-craft. While Stranger Things and Truer Words stops just shy of being hooky, it manages to be as instantly-familiar as it is unexpected.”
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