I am excited to announce that my song “Go Get Another Dream” will be released on ITunes as part of the “IN YOUR EYES” Soundtrack Album on Lakeshore records. The album features songs from Joss Whedon’s film IN YOUR EYES, and will be released on May 27th 2014.
Here is the track listing:
1. “Go Get Another Dream” – Andrew Johnston
2. “Temptation” – Ray Beadle
3. “Resurrection Fern” – Iron & Wine
4. “Flowers In Your Hair” – The Lumineers
5. “The Riot’s Gone” – Santigold
6. “Trouble I’m In” – Twinbed
7. “Glad I Found You” – Eddie Ray
8. “In The Dark” – Opus Orange
9. “Stand In The Water” – Wildlife
10. “The Break Up” – Tony Morales
11. “Crumblin’” – Noah Maffit
12. “Fired Up” – Matt Anderson
13. “Good News Blues” – Doug Jerbine
You can also stream the song from my bandcamp page here
“Go Get Another Dream” featured in new Joss Whedon movie, In your Eyes
I am very exited to announce that one of my songs “Go Get Another Dream” is featured in the new Joss Whedon movie, In Your Eyes.
I was able to check out the movie recently on Vimeo On Demand, and was pleasantly surprised to find that there is even some dialog in the film between Nikki Reed and Michael Stahl-David about the song. Without giving too much away, my song is playing the role of a hit song on the radio, and each of the characters has their own opinion of it!
This is my first major placement and I couldn’t be happier with the company my song is keeping on the soundtrack: Some of the other artists featured include the Lumineers, Iron and Wine, Santigold, and Colin Linden. What a line-up!
Two Weeks to Go for my Indiegogo Campaign
We kicked off an indiegogo crowdsourcing campaign to raise funds for my new project “Brace for Impact.” I am releasing my next album as a series of digital singles, and E.Ps and I need your help to make it happen!
You can find everything you need to join the team on the campaign home page:
Ryan Adams Tribute
Tom Petty once remarked that sometimes the stars align and the right people can come together to make “rock and roll heaven, on this earth.”
I feel like our Ryan Adams tribute on April 25th was one of those magic nights. It was our best turn out yet for the monthly Bistro de Paris Residency, and the audience was amazingly attentive and appreciative. Thanks to Fatima Radics, Michael Murphy, Max Comeau, and Kent Kataoka for coming on-board.
One of the things I have been trying to achieve with our residency is to create a monthly night which is all about music and celebrating the artists we love. I have also been trying to create a venue for people to hang out and enjoy music without the pretense, and intense vibes that I find are way too prevalent in our local music scene. Anyway, I think The RA tribute was the closest we have come to yet in achieving this idea. Thank you to everyone that had a part in making it happen!