Cousin Curtiss | Here and Now
Cousin Curtiss combines the picking style, soul, and energy of John Butler, the incendiary harmonica style of John Popper, and the multi-instrumentalist-live-looping talents of Keller Williams.
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Here and Now

Here and Now is the latest installment in the Cousin Curtiss discography. The album is recorded with a full band featuring Jason Walsh on lead guitar and electric rhythm, Russ Dalbke on bass, and Matt Dalbke on drums. Here and Now captures the essence of road tripping. Most of the songs on the album were written in summer 2014 when Cousin Curtiss traveled over 15,000 miles in 11 weeks on tour across America. As a result the songs on the album are set to a pace that let’s the listener roll down the window, crank up the volume, and cruise. The title track of the album, “Here and Now” features a solid groove, tingling harmonies, gripping guitar solos, and a scintillating harmonica. From there the album branches out to other roots of Americana with slower story-telling-esque “Safe and Sound”, and explosively exciting pseudo bluegrass tune, “Run”. From start to finish, Here and Now is by far the most professional and polished sounding album Cousin Curtiss has produced. With the production help and engineering guidance of friend and artist Jason Walsh, Here and Now is an album that holds a strong, positive message for all audiences.