Austin-based musician Graham Wilkinson announces the upcoming release of his new album, "Cuts So Deep," set to be released March 5, 2021. To celebrate the album, there will be an official album release show (outdoors) on Saturday, March 6 at The Far Out Lounge & Stage, located at 8504 S. Congress Ave, Austin, Texas 78745. Music will start at 1 p.m. with a $10 suggested donation at the door. For ticket info and more information on Graham Wilkinson, see: www.grahamwilkinsonmusic.com.
"Cuts So Deep" is the follow up record to Wilkinson’s 2016 album "#BecauseOfYou," and spans the course of songs written over a five year period. At the start of 2020, Wilkinson, who can be described as both an indie artist and singer-songwriter, began to breathe life into songs he had written and forgotten about over previous years, with the help of friend and close collaborator Patrick Herzfeld. The duo put into motion what grew to be a collection of music Wilkinson had set down during the hustle and bustle of tour, and what would become his newest full-length record and proudest work to date, "Cuts So Deep."
The album was recorded, mixed & produced at Signal Hill Recording in Austin, Texas by Patrick Herzfeld who also did all the drums and keys, with tons of additional guitars, bass and backing vocals. The record also features Matt Gracy on lead guitar, Morgan Patrick Thompson on bass, the Tijuana Trainwreck Horns, Mark Wilson on baritone and tenor sax and flute, Tiger Daniel Anaya on trumpet and Barry Kidder on bass on the track "Rainbow.”View Map