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Max Hatt / Edda Glass confirms additional summer tour dates + new album Ocean Of Birds out now‏

In support of their debut album, Oceans Of Birds, Sante Fe-based duo Max Hatt / Edda Glass confirms additional tour dates this summer, with shows in New York, Sante-Fe, Philadelphia and more. See below for a full list of U.S. tour dates. Oceans Of Birds out now via NewSong Recordings.

Recently, The Huffington Post premiered their single “Wanted,” while Relix premiered the official music video for “Crossing Over.” Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/1S8Il0O.

Ocean Of Birds was produced and mixed by Sansone and Josh Shapera (Liam Hayes, The Autumn Defense) with Gar Ragland (Arthur Alligood, Chris Velan) and was recorded at Asheville’s Echo Mountain Recording Studios. Of the album Hatt says, “The amazing [part] about the making of Ocean of Birds is that we all found each other. That Pat Sansone heard and dug our compositions. I think it’s a testament to the power of music to find an audience, if it can be heard. And in the process we all created a unique hybrid that bridges the gap between jazz harmony, literate lyrics and people’s ears. Pat was a big part of that.” Glass adds, “We want to write about a world both intimate and vast, about little people on Great Plains.”

Glass got her start singing Bossa Nova in Montana—as she likes to say, “There’s something poignant about singing Girl from Ipanema when it’s negative forty out.” Hatt grew up in the Chicago area, studying jazz guitar in Indiana University’s David Baker program, Michigan State and in classes led by Pat Metheny, Julian Lage and Lee Ritenour.


1. Crossing Over

2. Hymn

3. No More Tattoos

4. Room To Room

5. Tiger Eyes

6. Ocean Of Birds (in a field of sky)

7. Wanted

8. O Que Será?* (À Flor da Pele)


July 12—New York, NY—Cornelia Street Café

July 13—Brooklyn, NY—Bar Lunatico

July 14—Philadelphia, PA—Bourbon & Branch

July 15—Mount Holly, NJ—Robin’s Nest Bakery & Café
July 17—Washington, DC—Electric Maid

July 28—Santa Fe, NM—El Mesón

July 30—Greer, AZ—Greer Community Center

August 4—Santa Fe, NM—El Mesón

August 18—Santa Fe, NM—El Mesón

October 1—Columbia, TN—Muletown MusicFest

November 15—New York, NY—Rockwood, Stage 3—On Your Radar series, curated by WFUV’s John Platt

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