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Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

William Elliott Whitmore Previews "Field Song" From New Album

Fiery singer songwriter William Elliott Whitmore's brand new album Field Songs will be released on July 12th via Anti Records. In anticipation, the charismatic and deeply impassioned troubadour from rural Iowa will be offering an MP3 of the record's title song on June 14th.

The track "Field Song" is a heartfelt and moving tribute to a disappearing America of small family farms and a proud working class from someone who knows the landscape intimately. The song showcases a beautiful tapestry of sound into the scenery of Whitmore's life growing up and working on the family farm. Having built his own house by hand on a part of his family's acreage to be close to his grandmother, he speaks of a simpler more peaceful way of living by building, growing, and creating life through nature with good old fashioned hard work.

Fans will be able to stream "Field Song" by going to William Elliott Whitmore on Facebook and clicking the "like" button!

"You hear the diesel engine growl of his voice, the century of blues and folk tradition behind his banjo-driven stomps, the everyday relevance of his lyrics, and you succumb." Seattle Times

William Elliot Whitmore Live Dates:

July 2 - Rock Island Brewing Company - Rock Island, IL July 15 - The Strutt - Kalamazoo, MI July 16 - Smalls - Hamtramck, MI July 17 - Mohawk Place - Buffalo, NY July 19 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY July 20 - BAR - New Haven, CT July 22 - Johnny Brenda's - Philadelphia, PA July 23 - Great Scott - Allston, MA July 24 - Red Palace - Washington, D.C. July 26 - Club Café - Pittsburgh, PA July 27 - Southgate House - Newport, KY July 28 - Off Broadway Nightclub - St. Louis, MO July 29 - Lincoln Hall - Chicago, IL July 30 - Riversong Music Festival - Hutchinson, MN Aug 09 - North Dakota Museum of Art - Grand Forks, ND Aug 19 - Rollin' On The River Festival - Keokuk, IA Sep 10 - Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival - Columbia, MO

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