Ian Flanigan

Ian Flanigan

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Folk - Americana | Saugerties, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 38   
Member Since: 2019
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   Sounds Like: John Martyn, Ray LaMontagne

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Give Me Color

Award Winning Artist Ian Flanigan Debut's New EP "Give Me Color"

"Give Me Color" (available everywhere music is played) is the second...

Give Me Color

Folk - Alternative

Award Winning Artist Ian Flanigan Debut's New EP "Give Me Color" "Give Me Color" (available everywhere music is played) is the second recording project Flanigan plans to release this year. This new self-described "collection of songs dedicated to all the women in my life, for their love and support" is a spirited and shamelessly enjoyable compilation. This five song EP is the soundtrack to this new chapter of Flanigan's songwriting, much different than his prior full album release ("Shades of Blue," August 2017). The EP is a summer hit for the playlists. The dispatch of the title single "Give Me Color" truly sets a stage for Ian's celebrated earthy vocals and compelling instrumentals, as well as his humility... and there's a sweetness too. Flanigan's ongoing collaboration with three-time Grammy winning engineer and producer Justin Guip (Levon Helm, Hot Tuna) promises an EP for every season and a little something for everyone. The "Give Me Color" EP features Jesse Murphy (Norah Jones, John Scofield) on bass, Andrew Borkowski on Cello, Scot Milici on Hammond, Justin Guip on Drums, and showcases Flanigan's superior songwriting and unique guitar playing style throughout. Praise for the EP's title track: "Quite honestly, I can't remember when an acoustic guitar took my breath away, and it's safe to say that has never happened within the first 10 seconds of hitting play on a track before. The distinctive choppy chords broke into vibrant finger strumming mesmerism which introduced Ian Flanigan's reverberant whisky-soaked vocals in their upcoming single 'Give Me Color.' The nostalgic tonality of the track offers plenty of aural escapism while the lyrics set up sweet semantics which doesn't resonate as saccharine due to the sheer authenticity that they were penned with. Any fans of Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder definitely won't want to let Ian Flanigan's talent, passion, and propensity to weave aural alchemy on a fretboard pass them by" (Amelia Vandergast of A&R Fac

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