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Erin Cassels-Brown is a songwriter and musician from Winooski, Vermont. He writes celestial country music that walks the line between the milky way and a county fair. After working as a carpenter and installing solar panels while playing in local bands and reading rock and roll biographies, he released his debut solo EP Northern Lights Vol. 1. These days he goes running in the mornings, plays in bars at night, and thinks in sad rhymes during the day. Playing over two hundred and forty shows across 12 states in 2017 as well as working with local musicians to assemble a rotating cast of players for his backing band, Erin has developed his reputation as one of Vermont's hardest working performers. In March of 2018 he began work on his debut full length LP to be released in the spring of 2019

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“Each track is a beautiful wisp of sincerity, the music real enough to rip you to shreds. Luckily Erin is kind enough to let it lull us to sweet dreams instead.”— Buzz Artist


“[He] writes and sings with weariness more common to someone who’s carried life’s burdens for many more years. But a sense of contentment balances his grim folk and country ballads.” — Seven Days


“[Bad Bad News] is straight out of a Texas county fair; you can almost hear unruly yahoos shouting “yeehaw” as it blares from an ancient, outdoor PA system.” — Seven Days


“Northern Lights, Vol. 1 channels classic country songwriting just left of the mainstream, from Steve Earle to Guy Clark.” — County Tracks
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Erin Cassels-Brown is a songwriter and musician from Winooski, Vermont. He writes celestial country music that walks the line between the milky way and a county fair. After working as a carpenter and installing solar panels while playing in local bands and reading rock and roll biographies, he released his debut solo EP Northern Lights Vol. 1. These days he goes running in the mornings, plays in bars at night, and thinks in sad rhymes during the day. Playing over two hundred and forty shows across 12 states in 2017 as well as working with local musicians to assemble a rotating cast of players for his backing band, Erin has developed his reputation as one of Vermont's hardest working performers. In March of 2018 he began work on his debut full length LP to be released in the spring of 2019

WEBSITE • FACEBOOKINSTAGRAMSPOTIFY

PRESS


“Each track is a beautiful wisp of sincerity, the music real enough to rip you to shreds. Luckily Erin is kind enough to let it lull us to sweet dreams instead.”— Buzz Artist


“[He] writes and sings with weariness more common to someone who’s carried life’s burdens for many more years. But a sense of contentment balances his grim folk and country ballads.” — Seven Days


“[Bad Bad News] is straight out of a Texas county fair; you can almost hear unruly yahoos shouting “yeehaw” as it blares from an ancient, outdoor PA system.” — Seven Days


“Northern Lights, Vol. 1 channels classic country songwriting just left of the mainstream, from Steve Earle to Guy Clark.” — County Tracks

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