Ahead of the release of his new live album Waterworks with Matthew Azevedo for Record Store Day (April 22nd), masterful guitarist and raconteur Glenn Jones will be touring the U.S. East Coast this March. This tour follows the release of Jones' debut album This Is The Wind That Blows It Out on vinyl for the first time ever, as well as the release of Jones' highly acclaimed 2016 album Fleeting.
On new live album Waterworks, digital and acoustic experimentation bring sparkling new depths to Glenn Jones’ emotive guitar virtuoso. Waterworks was recorded binaurally at the Waterworks Museum in Boston, MA on June 24, 2015 through 20 speakers. Glenn Jones plays guitar and banjo and is joined by Matthew Azevedo on synthesizer, harmonium, soundscapes, and signal processing.
To best navigate this space Jones turned to Matthew Azevedo - his mastering guru of fifteen years - for guidance. “What had been conceived as a solo show quickly turned into a collaboration,” Jones laughs. Whilst Jones’ untreated guitar and banjo take the forefront throughout Waterworks, Azevedo’s addition brings thrilling new depth to Jones’ ruminative compositions.