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Nashville Sunday Night & Stone Fox!

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Had an awesome time playing Lightning 100’s Nashville Sunday Night with ELEL this past Sunday.  If you missed it out in Radioland, there should be a recording of it to post soon.

Up next we’re playing with Molly Sullivan and The Alarms @ The Stone Fox on 5/22 and Mad Donna’s on 5/30.  Come out and party!

American Songwriter Track Premiere!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The kind folks over at American Songwriter Magazine just premiered the title track from the new album, Matter & Time. Take a minute to check it out and share it with all those friends out in the interspace.

http://www.americansongwriter.com/2015/03/song-premiere-bill-eberle-matter-time/

Also, come party the night away this Friday @ The Basement in Nashville. Bill will be singing some songs with Grimey & Co., just generally having a great time.

Cheers!

9Bullets and Upcoming Shows!

Monday, August 18, 2014

Hey all!

Bryan over at Nine Bullets posted a review of the album.  That is really cool of him to take an interest.  If you aren’t familiar with their blog, you need to be.  They’re constantly reviewing and writing about the newest roots music out there, both well known and totally unknown.  They also have a radio show every Saturday that you can stream from their site, where they play all the records you want to know but don’t yet.  Check out the review here:

http://ninebullets.net/archives/bill-eberle-bill-eberle

Also – head over to the ‘Shows’ tab and check out the upcoming gigs.  We have a fun one coming up this Friday with Sadler Vaden and Andrew Leahey & The Homestead.  Dig that and we’ll see ya there!


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It is impossible to escape history. It informs the way that we view the world. It also informs the way we hear the world. In a country like America, with such a troubled past, there is plenty to listen to. This is not lost on Bill Eberle. Unable to stay in one place, he takes in all of the tradition that he can find, releasing it back into the world through his own lens. A kid who loved The Ramones to an adult who discovered Townes Van Zandt, his songs are quintessential American stories about working folk and drifters, sinners and redemption - all with a DIY punk attitude. From Pittsburgh to Brooklyn to Nashville, he is consistently pushing himself to find new ways to write his own history. Are you listening?