New Music Video: Franchot Tone’s “Wake Up Slow” Live on the Deck
Breedlove artist Franchot Tone just released a new music video - "Wake Up Slow" filmed and recorded live in Topanga on Franchot's deck - featuring Davey Chegwidden on percussion, recorded by Josh "Cartier" Cutsinger, filmed and Edited by Andre Welsh. "Wake Up Slow" was written, mixed and mastered by Franchot Tone.
Jul 19, 2013, Artist News
Breedlove Craftsman Jake Spece Rocks The Local music scene
Breedlove craftsman Jake Spece is kind of a big deal in Bend, Oregon. Well, he is this week anyway. The June 20 issue of The Source Weekly features Spece on the cover, tearing it up on lead guitar.
Jun 21, 2013, Latest News
Breedlove artists Betty and the Boy performing at 2013 Northwest String Summit
Pacific Northwest string aficionados are prepping their festival camping gear and snatching up four-day passes -- the Northwest String Summit is a mere month away. The 12th annual music fest runs July 18 - 21 this summer, at Horning's Hideout in Northplains, Oregon, about 30 minutes east of Portland.
Jun 21, 2013, Artist News
Breedlove Artist On The Move: Mandolinist Chris Emerson
Mandolinist and Breedlove artist Chris Emerson has been busy lately. Very busy. He just launched a new website (www.chrisandty.com), he's playing shows around the country, and is simultaneously working on a new album with guitarist and songwriter Ty Bennett.
Jun 18, 2013, Artist News
Breedlove Welcomes Nico di Battista to the Artist Lineup
Watch Nico di Battista play for a few moments and you might be a little jealous. He executes complicated playing with the nonchalance of a seasoned pro. Nico lives in Italy and likes to play any genre: flamenco, Latin, jazz, new age...
Jun 13, 2013, Artist News
RECORD-BREAKING DEMAND FOR BREEDLOVE INSTRUMENTS LAUNCHES MAJOR RECRUITING EFFORT
Nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, the workshop of Two Old Hippies Stringed Instruments is bustling with energy and activity. Craftsmen are working around the clock, painstakingly crafting guitars, mandolins and ukuleles to keep up with demand.
Jun 06, 2013, Latest News