America "Lost & Found", a 10 song collection of previously un-released studio tracks. Serving as archivist and Executive Producer, this set was compilied roughly from 2000-2011. The CD and download are out now on Amazon, iTunes, etc. (click on cover) - A Vinyl edition is being considered for late 2015. Lost & Found includes some great material written by, sung by, and recorded by Gerry and Dewey.
Solo Releases: Vivid Sound Corp in Japan will release a 19 track Best of Jeff Larson and re-issue 2014's Close Circle - Expanded Edition on August 26, 2015. Tracklisting, artwork and other details on the releases will be announced soon. Power Pop mainstay Not Lame will release a best of 2014 (yeah it's 6 months into 2015), featuring "Following The Echoes". Lastly, a Roots / Country radio sampler is making the rounds this summer featuring "Lay of the Land" (track 1). Thanks for listening and your ongoing support of the music!
Read the interview with Fishman Electronics for more on the new release and other activity.
Close Circle was released on July 22, 2014 on both CD and download. Available from Amazon.com and others. Click the Amazon.com icon. Produced by Jeff Pevar, Jeff Larson, and Hank Linderman. Guests Gerry Beckey - Dewey Bunnell (America), Randell Kirsch, Jeffrey Foskett, Jeddrah, Dave Nachmanoff, others. 10 new songs, plus 1 bonus.
Listen to samples of the music on SoundCloud... including releases, radio, unreleased alternate mixes. Click Here to read the 2013 feature in "Hittin The Note" Magazine.
The digital download EP titled "Leaves" was released in July 2013. This release features 6 unreleased songs: Good Good Morning, Frontier Village, Postcard From Here, World I'm In, Satellite Sky, and If Wishes Were Horses. Click here to order.
In Studio and Live
Mixing an expanded Live House Concert release for 2015. Continued tracking in SF with John Blakeley of The Sandals / Stoneground. Archival sessions with Gerry Beckley. Stay tuned.
Live: Please visit the Itinerary for current live appearances. For booking or general inquiries, please email us.
Not so distant past...
Project: The World Over (2012) Produced by Hank Linderman and Jeff Larson with guests Dewey Bunnell, Gerry Beckley (America), Jeddrah, Jeff Foskett, and others.
Available now! Here is some recent press:
The Times Leader,
Fatea, Wood & Steel (Taylor), Mercury News, InTune, San Diego Troubadour, Maverick Magazine UK
NOTE: This release is now out of "print" in CD form as is 2008's Left Of A Dream. What is currently at distributors is all there is. Both will continue to be available as digital downloads.
The song Approaching Midnight from the The World Over is featured on San Francisco's KFOG Local Scene Vol 9 release - 2012. Proceeds to support Music In Schools Today. Click Here to order.
California Groove Box (Warner/Rhino) The track "A Faraway Girl" (from 2007's Swimming in the Make Believe) appears on the Warner Music / Rhino France box set "California Groove" released July 26, 2011.
Project: Heart Of The Valley: 2009 studio release written and produced by Gerry Beckley. Click here for the feature in the Jan/Feb 2010 "M" Music & Musicians magazine.
"Larson devotes himself to interpreting a set of new songs from Beckley, giving them richly sensitive readings that evoke America's heyday while still sounding contemporary and faithful to Larson's own work. It's a tricky move but it's performed with considerable grace here, largely because everybody involved plays with a light, easy touch that brings out Beckley's rich melodicism. What Larson winds up with is a record that feels classically Californian in its spirit and sound, yet its appeal extends far beyond the West Coast as its sweet, mellow tunes have an appeal that transcends geography or even time, as this winds up straddling the past and present quite fetchingly" - ALL MUSIC GUIDE
The album features 11 new songs produced by Gerry Beckley
(America) with guests Dewey (Bunnell), Rusty Young, Rich Campbell, Hank Linderman, Jeff Foskett and others. Available on CD, iTunes and other download sites. CLICK HERE for Henry Diltz project photos.