Trespass Music will be releasing Jon Vezner‘s current project ”Catz of the Colloseum” to radio October 1!!
You’ll want to be the FIRST to hear his new songs by tuning into a LIVE video broadcast brought to you by The Down Home & Concert Window Saturday September 29 at 9pm. Jon will appear as special guest with Sonia (Disappear Fear)
Grammy award-winning songwriter Jon Vezner is a tunesmith of rare sensitivity and dry wit. His catalogue of recorded songs, reﬂects his straight-to-the heart sensibility and sensitivity. Vezner weaves the particulars of his own feelings with the lives of people he has known, creating universal themes that deeply touch listeners’ emotions.
Some of the artists who have recorded Vezner’s works include Martina McBride, Faith Hill, Janis Ian, Steve Wariner, Reba McEntire, Kathy Mattea, Suzy Bogguss, Garth Brooks, Judy Collins, Vonda Shepard, John Mellencamp, Ronnie Milsap, Nanci Grifﬁth, Clay Walker, Paul Williams, BJ Thomas and Diamond Rio.
“Every note Jon Vezner writes is a poem.” – Tom Paxton
“I always feel terriﬁc after writing with Jon. Must be the talent”Janis Ian
“In simple, understated language, Jon draws us into the drama and tension of the moment. Then, just when he’s got us on the edge of our emotional seats, he goes, literally, straight to the heart of the matter, asking an impossibly difﬁcult question that only we, the listener, can answer.” Si Kahn
The Down Home live-streams their concerts, so no matter where you are in the world, you can tune in!
You can purchase online tickets for $3 any time the day of the show at www.concertwindow.com. The show will not be taped, this is LIVE in HD! Buy your ticket now and you’ll have reserved access for Tomorrow. Two-thirds of ticket proceeds go directly to the performer and venue. http://www.concertwindow.com/venues/downhome/shows# Payment can be made using PayPal or a credit/debit card.
“Founded in 1976, the Down Home has become a mecca for music lovers in Upper East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. The primary emphasis is on quality music, and the performance atmosphere promotes listening rather than socializing.”