The Fox Street sound is a rough and road-tested, universally understood invitation. It’s an organic sound grown right in Denver, Colorado. From New York City to New Orleans, all the way across the pond in Europe, Fox Street has shared the stage with contemporary acts like Robert Randolph and The Family Band, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Galactic; as well as members of legendary groups including The Allman Brothers Band, The Black Crowes, Little Feat, and The Meters.
The founding members of Fox Street - Eric Low (drums), James Dumm (guitar), and Jonathan Huvard (lead vocal/guitar) have logged thousands of live performances together, giving the core of the band a certain intimacy, a dynamic range that simply cannot be acquired any other way. Fox Street has also been hard at work in the studio with engineer and co-producer Josh Fairman (New Mastersounds, Ivan Neville, Analog Son) - the pairing produced two internationally acclaimed, self-produced, full-length albums: Welcome to Mighty Pleasin’ (2010) and Tough Talk (2013).
Teaming up with Fairman once again and returning from his Scanhope Sound studio, Fox Street is ready to unleash their third full-length record - Authentic Western Style - To be released in digital formats, CD, and vinyl LP on July 28th, 2015. The new record features performances by many special guests, including a partial reunion of the original Derek Trucks Band - bassist Todd Smallie (JJ Grey and Mofro) and keyboardist Bill McKay (former member of Leftover Salmon) are the featured rhythm section on many tunes; as well as members of The Motet, Polyrythmics, Analog Son, and more! Pre-release debuts from Glide Magazine, Diffuser FM, and Live For Live Music are already heaping it on:
“With soulful lead vocals that ignite with authenticity and top notch musicianship, Fox Street stands next to both Alabama Shakes and Tedeschi Trucks Band in the spectrum of soul/roots/blues ambassadors.” -- GLIDE Magazine