The self-titled album from The Glass Hours to be released March 1

The Glass Hours will be available on vinyl, CD and DSPs on March 1st, 2024 via Cornelius Chapel Records

The Glass Hours: Blurring the Lines Between Country Folk and 70s Music

The Glass Hours is a musical duo comprised of Brad Armstrong and Megan Barbera, both American singer-songwriters with a passion for music that blends the best of Sunday afternoon country folk and the golden age of the 1970s. 

They are set to release their self-titled album in early 2024 through Cornelius Chapel Records, and it promises to be a true masterpiece.

The Glass Hours’ debut album is a nine-song collection that was written, performed, recorded, and produced by Brad and Megan in Brad’s home studio in Red Hook, New York. Except for Sue Westcott on fiddle, the duo relied solely on their talents to create an album that dances between genres and draws from the same wells as some of the greats of the past.

Recently, The Bluegrass Situation premiered The Glass Hours New Single “Same Old You.”

Watch “Same Old You” by The Glass Hours

The songs on The Glass Hours go where they want to go, with Brad and Megan simply trying to stay out of the way. The album is a tapestry of their voices harmonizing, with each song written with the idea of this harmony and interaction, point, and counterpoint. The result is a collection of songs that blend their respective influences seamlessly, combining Megan’s mountain roots and Brad’s southern roots.

Prior to forming The Glass Hours, Brad and Megan had written, performed, and recorded for various independent projects. Megan’s songs have been licensed worldwide to brands such as Naturalizer Shoes and San Miguel Beverage Co. 

Brad was a member of Alabama’s Dexateens, 13ghosts, and Maria Taylor’s touring band and has supported artists like Jason Isbell, Alabama Shakes, Drive-By Truckers, John Moreland, Meat Puppets, Azure Ray, and Magnolia Electric Company, among many others.

The Glass Hours’ debut album is a testament to their individual talents and their ability to create something truly special when they come together. It blurs the lines between country folk and 70s music, drawing from a variety of influences to create something that is wholly their own.

The Glass Hours will be available on vinyl, CD and DSPs on March 1st, 2024 via Cornelius Chapel Records. Click here to pre-order their self-titled album.

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Matt Hildreth
Matt Hildrethhttp://RuralOrganizing.org
Matt Hildreth is the Executive Director of RuralOrganizing.org. He grew up on a small farm in eastern South Dakota and is a graduate of Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota where he studied Philosophy and Communications. He earned a Master’s Degree in Strategic Communication from the University of Iowa and holds an Executive Education Certificate from Harvard University’s Leadership, Organizing and Action program.

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