Levi Strom is the Lone Wolf
August 24, 2011
Longtime Big Sur fixture Levi Strom—known for his chops as a folk musician and a head full of never-ending curls—will be releasing his first full-length album since his 2005 self-titled debut.
The appropriately-name The Lone Wolf, released on Strom's Vow Records label, will be available to all on Sept. 9 at the record release party at the Henry Miller Library.
"I spent much of the winter of 2010/11 in Los Angeles recording the material for The Lone Wolf," Strom expressed in a recent email. "I'm very proud of this record, and I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I did recording it. I had lots of friends play on the record including Neal Casal (The Cardinals, Chris Robinson Brotherhood), Trevor Beld-Jimenez (Tall Tales & The Silver Lining), Cave Country and violinist Laurie Kost."
You can pre-order a copy of the album, and check out a couple tracks for free, HERE.
Below is a little nugget from Strom's diary of his recent European tour with folk great Kath Bloom:
My tour with Kath Bloom through Europe, now my 4th with Bloom, was nothing short of soul stretching. We really got in good with the English, playing to packed rooms in London, Bristol, Suffolk and Reading. We played in a castle in Spain in the small ville of Cardona just outside of Barcelona for a wedding party. After Spain I broke off from Kath and Jim and headed for Paris, where I was meet by local musicians for a late night jam session on my first night and over the weekend played an incredible roof top concert overlooking all of Paris. I can't wait to get back to Europe. I brought a few early copies of The Lone Wolf. I hear it's getting some radio play across the sea. Bon-Jour