Natalie’s is proud to present Tim O’Brien in concert, along with his special guests JD Hutchison and Jan Fabricius.
It has been four years since Tim’s last solo recording. Between collaborations with Darrell Scott, the recent Grammy winning recording with Jerry Douglas’s Earls of Leicester and the rebooting of Hot Rize; he’s barely had time for a shower. Still, somewhere in O’Brien’s vivid imagination, the seeds of Pompadour began to sprout. The fruits of his recent wanderings, music making and worldly observations have blossomed into eleven exquisitely varied, true to life and above all musical tracks.
Each of O’Brien’s solo albums has a distinctive identity. Many have specific themes, including Red on Blonde, an insightful collection of Bob Dylan compositions, and his Grammy winning celebration of Appalachian music and its Celtic roots, Fiddler’s Green. So it is with his latest album, Pompadour, which swirls together bits of bluegrass, deep roots Appalachian music, field hollers, old school
J.D. Hutchison is a native of the Appalachian region of southeastern Ohio. This influential artist’s songs have been covered over the years by a great number of musicians, and his latest album, “You and the World Outside”, was produced by Tim O’Brien, who also performed on the record.