Marquette musician Ethan Bott celebrates the release of his album inspired by outlaw country
The Local Spin with Ethan Bott
Marquette musician Ethan Bott has released his debut full-length album Ass in the Saddle, which is described as "North Country."
Rather than write and perform music in the pop-tinged, radio-friendly modern country sound, Ethan reaches back to the earlier days of country, inspired by artists like Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. He's got an EP under his belt (buckle) called Saddle Up and his LP provides his growing audience with the fullest realization of his sound yet. Ethan performs with a full band on the record, and also performs as a solo musician.
Ethan is also celebrating the release of two music videos this weekend, debuted by director Nels Lindquist. The two previously teamed up for a music video for "I Like Being A Redneck" and will debut two new videos at the Fresh Coast Film Festival, for "Ain't No Honky Tonks in Michigan" and "Two Track."
Kurt Hauswirth chatted with Ethan about his album Ass in the Saddle:
Ethan Bott will celebrate the release of his album and music videos with shows in the Marquette area on October 20th with a show at Superior Culture, and October 21st at Blackrocks Brewery, both in Marquette.
Find Ethan Bott Music on Instagram here.
Listen to Ethan's music: