Singer,songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joseph Huber is a founding member of, and also has spent the last 6 years playing banjo and touring with, the Milwaukee, WI based ‘streetgrass’ group, the .357 String band. Hard livin’ put together with plenty of downtime has offered more than enough motivation and oppurtunity for his songwriting. “Bury Me Where I Fall”, Huber’s introductory solo album offers a new, unseen side to his writing. Less high-octane and blistering as his known work, “Bury Me…” reveals multiple, new landscapes, ranging anywhere from desolate, world-weary ones; brooding and ominous ones; to defiantly joyful ones. The only thing we can be sure of is that consistency is not a human trait. Written, preformed, and recorded by Huber in his own home, “Bury Me Where I Fall” offers intimate access into deeply personal music.
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