Through our Folkadelphia Sessions series, we’ve opened our doors to a diverse population of musicians, playing all sorts of folk influenced, tinged, and adjacent music. It’s been a real treat getting to record their music in the intimate and gorgeous WXPN Studio space. We’ve heard brilliance conjured up out of guitars, banjos, violins, and voice, and have committed it to “tape” (read: a computer). At the core of all of these sessions is the song, plain and simple.
On February 10th, we invited our new friend, New York based songwriter Zach Hurd into the studio and he performed a slick set of infectious songs that remind me of those quiet dusk moments, sitting around with friends, enjoying their company.
Photographer Doug Seymour was on hand to take photos of Zach’s visit to WXPN, as well as his concert the night before at Burlap and Bean Coffee. Check them out via the Paste Magazine feature “A Day In The Life,” to see pictures and hear music from Zach’s in-studio session (including ones of the Folkadelphia team – hey mom, I’m on the internet!)