For Working Until I Die, Grant Langston teamed up with producer extraordinaire Paul Q. Kolderie (Uncle Tupelo, Radiohead, Hole) to craft a collection of Americana and Honky Tonk that’s long on hard edge and short on humor.
With Stand Up Man, Langston has found the perfect balance, capturing the rawness of the country records he grew to love and the drive of the rock records he’d become enamored of.
We’ve always loved playing in Bakersfield. It’s the point of origin for so much of the music I love. But more importantly, it is a town that loves going out and hearing live bands.
While the focus of the new record is squarely on country staples like drinking and lost love … what makes Koreatown unique is Langston’s songwriting voice — cynical, sad, self-deprecating and often very funny.
All songs by Grant Langston. PLAYERS Grant Langston – guitars, mandolin, piano and vocals Tony Horkins – drums Josh Fleeger – bass Larry Marciano – lead guitar, acoustic, banjo CREDITS […]
All This And Pecan Pie marked Alt Country/Rocker Langston’s first foray as a solo talent with an energetic romp into warm countryesque pop.
Brand new release – 2015 – was recorded at Station Studio House, Echo Park, California by Mark Rains, and Red Hill Studios, North Hollywood, California by Rich McCulley. Thanks to Ethan Dempsey, Elizabeth Pearl and Catie who are the inspiration behind all this music.