|Time & Place|
|Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 7:00 pm
2510 N. Armistead Ave.
Hampton, VA 23666
Incredible talent - playing every venue there is - from NORVA to smallest of local cafes - the emerging acoustic talent in the region. Veer Magazine, March 2014
Dustin Furlow is a self-taught guitarist/vocalist whose influences span many genres of music. Elements of finger-style guitar virtuoso Andy McKee can be heard in his music as well as the lyrical hooks and text-painting of today’s contemporary songwriters.
Co-headlining with Jackson LeBeau & Co., Dustin Furlow closed the night in celebration of the release of his new EP, “Wood and Steel”. With the smooth vocal sound of Dave Matthews or Jack Johnson, Dustin’s fingerpicking style of guitar stands out in a world of flat-picked chords. His articulate, jangling guitar playing contrasts beautifully with his honeyed voice. BJ Griffin played a traditional cello with Dustin, adding his voice as well. Backed with light drums, keyboards, and an upright bass, Dustin’s music is folky yet elegant. His EP should be available soon through his page. The night ended with all of the bands joining Dustin on stage, performing a spirited version of The Beatles’ “Come Together.” Resound Magazine, 7/13/14
Dustin’s LP, Wood & Steel is available on iTunes.