I recently had the pleasure of photographing the Nelsonville Music Festival and discovered all kinds of great new music. ¬†One of my favorite discoveries was Joe Pug. ¬†He’s got a bit of Justin Townes Earle, a bit of Dylan and a pinch of John Prine (who also played the festival). ¬†I particularly was grabbed by the song “My Father’s Drugs” when I saw him perform. ¬†Once I got home and did some searching I found that Pug had this great bundle of colored vinyl coupled with a CD and instant download¬†of each record. ¬†The price of $55 may be a bit steep for some but I just couldn’t resist.
If you’re not interested in the bundle, you can still buy each album individually at the store: ¬†
Package includes the "Nation of Heat EP", "Messenger", and "The Great Despiser" on colored vinyl. Each album also includes a CD insert, and instant downloads of each album. Also includes bonus free download of the "In the Meantime EP".
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- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive