Christopher Plowman Sows a ‘Different Grain’ this Summer
New Tour Dates on the Books, Looking for More
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Madison, Wisconsin – June 24, 2016 – Christopher Plowman has that style; it varies from the original singer-songwriter to the rockin’ blues man, though untethered to any specific genre. With his latest release, Different Grain, in hand, going on the road this summer, his aim is to continue to reach and entertain an ever-broadening spectrum. He has a few shows booked at present. However, always the true musician, he is looking to fill up his calendar indefinitely.
Of his music and his time on Earth, Plowman says, “We are here to help. Heal. Inspire.” Thus, he is getting out and playing as many shows as he can. At this point, everything is very DIY. He is, however, interested in hiring an agent to help with the ins and outs of booking while on the road. He welcomes interested parties to get in touch for the job. Anyone with a history of working in this facet of the music industry, who appreciates artists such as Neil Young, Jeff Buckley, Nick Drake, and Elliot Smith, will feel at home working with this rising star.
Christopher may be a solo artist, but he does not go out there on his own. By Plowman’s side is Karen “Carrot” Anne on the bass, as well as Riley Heninger on the drums. Together, and apart, they perform in front of many audiences ranging from open mics to local bars, to larger venues, including large festivals. They are not strangers to the stage and are ready to go.
Their intention in traveling is to play music with as many other supportive musicians as possible, mostly friends, and any new ones they find on the road. Unless they find one who is free to travel, they are looking to encounter and play with a music-loving drummer, in particular.
Those interested in booking Christopher Plowman, or getting in touch about the booking agent position, can contact him with the information below.
Christopher Plowman is a singer-songwriter with a rattled past made for the blues, which may explain the genre’s heavy influence on his style. While his own single mother worked, Christopher spent his days those first five years of life with his “Granny,” Annie Chambers, a 70-year-old African American “Heart-of-Gold.” Whether he was with his “Granny” or his mother, music was always there. Every note he heard growing up shaped him musically, who he is today, knowing no limits nor boundaries to sonic array.
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