The official release date is March 17. But we have the new “Cabbagetown” CDs in stock now. Thanks to everyone who pledged at PledgeMusic and helped us to meet and exceed our goal. This one’s for you.
In our travels last year through Spain, Germany, Italy and eastern Europe we saw a lot of migrants tramping along the roadside, begging and busking in city streets, or camping by fences with nowhere left to go. According to the United Nations, 65 million refugees are wandering the world today, displaced by war, overpopulation and […]
We’re pleased to introduce the Mark Johnson Signature Ceramic Slide, crafted to Mark’s specifications by Doc Sigmier of Rocky Mountain Slides, and available now only through PledgeMusic. Mark’s Signature Ceramic Slide is a custom Shavano in midnight black with a triple color tip. Inner diameter is 19mm. Length is 62mm. It weighs in at about […]
Delta Moon’s new album, CABBAGETOWN, features the band’s signature dual slide guitar sound, but with some new sonic twists. These songs explore fresh territory, inspired by people and scenes the band has experienced at home and in their travels. Five-time Grammy winner Susan Archie is doing the artwork. International distribution is already set up. But […]
To spread the news about Delta Moon, we’ve put together a FREE download sampler album of ten favorite songs from our last four studio CDs. (Tips are not necessary, but they are appreciated.) Please help yourself and tell a friend.
Some of you may know that Delta Moon started without a drummer, way back in the ancient times. Our first gigs were acoustic. It didn’t take us long, though, to crank up the volume. As some guys we once met in Bavaria said, after telling us they had been drinking beer since nine in the […]
Before Delta Moon’s show in Lleida, Spain, our Spanish agent, Pepe Ferrández, handed me a cardboard box and said, “The government requires that I give this to you.” The box was labeled with a picture of a winking face and the words un gest per la llengua, which is Catalan for “a gesture towards language”. […]