It’s been quite a year or two for me from the vantage point of the piano (and B3) bench at Cedar Creek Studio in Austin. After fleshing out a section of Looking into You (Jackson Browne tribute featuring anybody and everybody) and playing on almost all of Hal Ketchum’s powerful new record, I stayed put in the keyboard room and doubled up piano and organ on every track of Jimmy LaFave’s new record “The Night Tribe.” The tribe, generally nocturnal was mostly active diurnally for this recording. The core band worked feverishly and furiously knocking out Jimmy’s eloquent new songs. A midday break was occasionally taken to secure exotic coffee and very specifically made tacos al pastor from an obscure hand truck deep in South Austin. Andrew and Anthony would accept no substitutes. Musta worked. Really proud to be on all this incredible and prolific Music Road Records stuff!
For more information:
Jimmy LaFave’s ‘The Night Tribe’ Coming May 12 – Music News Nashville
Radoslav Lorkovic recently joined Ellis Paul and Rebecca Loebe on Jimmy Pardo’s Podcast, “Never Not Funny.”
Radoslav Lorković will be appearing on The Folk Show with Gene Shay on WXPN Radio Sunday, March 23 between 8 and 11pm EST. You can listen to the stream at http://www.xpn.org/
Radoslav Lorković is now on Pandora! Rad’s album “Clear and Cold” is live now and “Wastelands and Casinos” will be coming soon…
In 1977 as a nineteen-year-old my life changed. I was already a firmly entranced Jackson Browne fan. “Running on Empty” had just come out. I bought it immediately. I was already destined for a life of music, but when I heard this record I narrowed down my dream. I wanted to be on the bus with those guys. Well 37 years later I am prominently featured on a Jackson Browne tribute album with those guys and more. My keyboard tracks share the recording with my personal who’s who of heroes — Bruce Springsteen, The Eagles, Bonnie Raitt and on and on…. Release date is April 1. Nice to share paragraphs with these folks in Michael Granberry’s article in the Dallas Morning News:
Lorkovic plays piano on Kevin Welch’s rendition of “Looking Into You,” the title song of the tribute album. And Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa, who sing the love song “Linda Paloma,” get nylon string guitar and accordion play from Nils Lofgren of the E Street Band.
Read more of the article here.