“Dissolution” Coming June 1st
Our new full-length album “Dissolution” will be released in just a few short weeks. Pre-order now on iTunes or stream on your favorite service starting June 1st.
- Lover, Job and Grave
- In Revelry
- The Choosing Love
- A Place of My Own
- Lost in a Dream
- Winter’s Rhyme
Pre-Order on iTunes
Old American Junk: “Dissolution Tour” Summer 2018
Old American Junk will be playing a wide variety of shows and formations this summer while promoting their new full-length album “Dissolution.” Some original and cover songs. Full band shows, trio and duo shows. We hope you can join us for any or many of these events. If you can’t please pick up a copy of “Dissolution” available on June 1st, 2018 or stream in on Spotify.
A few of our upcoming events and show dates.
To see all of our upcoming events and shows, check out the full list of events on our shows page.
||Solo show. Back in the States for a few weeks. A holiday show with all sorts of bells and whistles. Expect some rarities, unknowns, sing-alongs, drinking numbers and a little “I wish he wouldn’t play that song. Ugh.”
||Minocqua Brewing Company
||Solo show: Opening for The Last Revel, a great band from Minnesota.
||New London, Connecticut
||Solo on-air performance and interview with DJ Ken Lamothe.
Old American Junk presents A Tribute to Bob Dylan
In 1965, American songwriter Bob Dylan released two of the 20th century’s most groundbreaking and important albums. Bringing It All Back Home and Highway 61 Revisited, often referred to as the era where “Dylan goes electric”. Both albums have proven to be highly influential for artists for half a century.
This June, the Wisconsin-based musical project Old American Junk will recreate both albums and play them in their entirety over the course of a four day period across Wisconsin. As a 50 year anniversary celebration, the albums will be played front to back in the track order of their release, with the band committing themselves to the interpretation of Dylan’s work in the most authentic and genuine manner possible, Old American Junk founder and producer Shane Hardwicke cites Dylan’s albums as being profoundly influential and important in their lyrical prowess, artistic innovation and musical sensibility.
Details and Show Schedule