This is the debut, self-titled album by The New Old-Fashioned. The New Old-Fashioned is a Rock-n-Roll / Alternative Country band hailing from the Dayton, Ohio area. The New Old-Fashioned pairs big vocal harmonies with songwriting that really paints a picture of life in the current Midwestern United States. Led by vocalist and songwriter David Payne, the voices of Kent Montgomery(Guitar), Tom Blackbern(Bass) and Jon Chasteen(Drums) are all very present on the record making for big almost choral sounding vocal harmonies reminiscent of the Beach Boys or The Beatles, two groups these guys really aspire to. All these vocals sit very comfortably atop a thick wall of sound created with help from producer/engineer Patrick Himes(Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch, Shrug, Bonneville).
If you love the heartland rock sound of Tom Petty or Bruce Springsteen and the harmonies or Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, you should find this album right at home on your shelf and in your player.
released 07 December 2012
The New Old-Fashioned is:
Tom Blackbern: Bass Guitar / Vocals
Jon Chasteen: Drums / Vocals
Kent Montgomery: Guitar / Vocals
David Payne: Vocals / Guitar
All Songs by M.D. Payne Jr. except "All Over Now" by K. Montgomery
Arrangements by The New Old-Fashioned
Patrick Himes: Hammond Organ on "Don't Let it Die" and "Chin Up, Darlin'"
Produced by Patrick Himes with The New Old-Fashioned
Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Patrick Himes at Reel Love Recording Company, Nashville, TN. Additional Recording in Dayton, OH.
Album Design and Layout: Adam Eckley
Photography: Shelly Gregory
All Rights Reserved 2012
TNOF would like to thank: Our families, friends, and special ladies. Patrick Himes, Denny Presley, The Story Changes, Tim Pritchard and the Boxcar Suite, Bernoulli, Starving in the Belly of the Whale, Absinthe Junk, Alli King, Little Monster Printing, Kyle Melton and South Park Tavern, Brandon Hawk and Blind Bob's, Alan King and the X*ACT, Juliet Fromholt and Niki Dakota at WYSO, Don Thrasher and the Dayton Daily News. A very special thanks to Eric and Amy Montgomery for helping make this album happen, and to David and Tracy Payne and Edith Chasteen for putting up with all the racket.
Some rights reserved. Please refer to individual track pages for license info.