A Celebration: The Bones of J.r. jones
Over the course of three full-length albums and two EPs, Jonathon Robert Linaberry — the songwriter, storyteller, visual artist, and one-man band behind The Bones of J.R. Jones — has woven his own tapestry of American roots music.
“Bad Moves” is the latest single from The Bones of J.R. Jones forthcoming record, “A Celebration.”
Few places have left JR feeling as inspired as the American Southwest, an area whose desert panoramas and infinite horizons inspired the songs on his newest release, A Celebration. Written during trips to Tucson, Bisbee, Joshua Tree, and other desert destinations, the six-song EP is everything its title promises: a celebration of the thrill of getting lost in something new, whether it’s a landscape, a sound, a perspective, or all of the above.
Stetson Stories: The Burroughs Garret
Stetson Stories The Burroughs Garret Handweaver Justin Squizzero challenges modern definitions of progress by creating functional textiles that celebrate the natural world and the dignity of human labor. By Mark Kauzlarich The wood creaks under the feet as Justin Squizzero makes his way up the stairs to the garret, the unfinished attic, of the 210 …
Stetson Stories: Life On The Range
Stetson Stories Home on the Range “There are many wonderful places in the world, but one of my favorite places is on the back of my horse.” -Rolf Kopfle For Brett and Leah, being born to life on the range is a commitment to the generations of ranching families that came before them. A commitment …
Stetson Winter Edit
Stetson Stories Vermont Winter Edit “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” John Muir Our winter edit takes place in idyllic Vermont with scenes of mountains blanketed by freshly-fallen snow, canvas tent camping, hiking, and enjoying the winter landscapes. Winter essentials. Understated favorites born from functionality and built to outlast. …
Traditional Beadwork with the Harris Sisters
Stetson Stories Keeping Tradition Alive with the Harris Sisters The Harris sisters are a trio creating traditional Native American beadwork in their hometown of Pendleton, OR. Photography by Sean Carr Harris Sisters Co was founded by sisters Katie, Anna, and Mary in Pendleton, OR. The sisters are from the Nez Perce, Cayuse, Umatilla, and Karuk …