Cory Chisel And The Wandering Sons
Cory Chisel became an unlikely success story in 2007 when he signed a deal with RCA Records while still living in his hometown of Appleton, Wisconsin. Even before then, the young Chisel had attracted famous fans like Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick thanks to his soulfully gritty vocals, charismatic stage presence, and solid songwriting, which is rooted in the bluesy Americana of Tom Waits and Time Out Of Mind-era Bob Dylan. In 2008, Chisel released the Cabin Ghosts EP on RCA imprint Black Seal, and 2009’s full-length,Death Won’t Send A Letter, featured members of My Morning Jacket, The Raconteurs, and Band Of Horses. Chisel released his second LP, Old Believers, earlier this week.