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John Shakespear x Bea Troxel ‘Wicked Game’ (Chris Isaak) (Jonathann Rice Remix)

John Shakespear

Rising Nashville indie-folk artists John Shakespear and Bea Troxel collaborated on a cover of Chris Isaak’s classic ‘Wicked Game’ by producer Devon Dawson (credits on Local Natives). Co-producer Jonathann Rice decided to remix the song, which led to this oceanic, woozy take on the track.

Nashville-based indie rocker John Shakespear’s full-length record ‘Spend Your Youth’ with producer Devon Dawson (Local Natives, The Starting Line) and mixer Greg Giorgio of Tarquin Studios (The National, Sharon Van Etten, Kurt Vile) is a hoot of an offering.

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John is joined by his bandmates Samm Bahman, Johnny Helyar, Greg Hum, Alex LaRue, and Nate Taylor. And the Nashville based, Boston bred, son of an Argentine immigrant and a Boston-Irish mother, John’s vision for poetry is decadent and relative, with warmth and empathy from the get-go.

The thoughtful writer of song keeps his thoughts with calculated spirit. Filed away for that rainy day, sharing with the public – of his deeds and memories – in the hopes for his music moving and reaching with a promissory note for truth and honesty.

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