Volume III of Songs from the River Project is now on sale! Available ONLY from this website and at shows, this signed, limited edition EP features Eve performing with special guest artists Kisatchie Sound (David Steele and Matt Petty) alongside longtime collaborators Mary Rowell and Megan Schubert, presenting four pieces inspired by Eve’s 2009 trip down the length of the Mississippi River by kayak and bicycle.
This EP is the first release of Did He Promise You Tomorrow?, Wet Psalm, On the Battlefield, and Early in the Morning. With inspiration ranging from frogs in Iowa to the battlefields of Vicksburg, from a water-logged Bible found in the Lower Ninth Ward to a work chant from Parchman Farm, Songs from the River Project, Volume III will immerse you in the pleasures and the complexities at the core of the American experience.
Order your numbered, signed limited edition copy today! (If you prefer digital delivery, please visit Bandcamp to stream and purchase.)$12 total for first class US delivery $20 total for international airmail delivery
There are still a few remaining hard copies of Songs from the River Project, Volume II available, so if you’d like your very own signed limited edition before it’s gone forever, please order your copy now! (If you prefer digital delivery, please visit Bandcamp to stream and purchase.)
Songs from the River Project, Volume II features BRIM (Mary Rowell, Taylor Levine, Malcolm Merriweather, and Eve Beglarian) alongside the Guidonian Hand trombone quartet, and members of Third Angle performing four more songs: In and Out of the Game, Testy Pony, Well-Spent, and Brownie Feet.
Order now and we will send you a signed, numbered, limited edition today!$12 total for first class US delivery $20 total for international airmail delivery
The limited edition EP of BRIM: Songs from the River Project Volume I has sold out and is no longer available, but you can download a digital version of the EP on Bandcamp! Visit this page to stream and purchase the first four songs, performed by Eve Beglarian and Mary Rowell.