Joe Huber of .357 Releases “Bury Me Where I Fall”

Joseph Huber, one of the primary songwriters and banjo/fiddle player for the high-octane bluegrass outfit The .357 String Band has released a solo album called Bury Me Where I Fall. This album marks a completely different direction from the punk-inspired string music Joe & .357 are known for, but not in the emphasis on top-notch songwriting. Joe takes a more poetic, Townes Van Zandt approach to the lyrics, and a more artistic approach to the music.

The 1st solo album from .357 String Band’s Joseph Huber reveals a new side; a brooding, & introspective side in the spirit of Townes Van Zandt or Leonard Cohen. Weary & burdened, yet also joyfully defiant. Each song offers a new sound & way of seeing.

The album is available by paypal-ing $12.00 to josephhubermusic at gmail. com. You can also purchase or preview tracks on CD Baby.

Review coming.

1. Bury Me Where I Fall

2. Riddler’s Song

3. Bell on a Rope

4. Death, Cruel Shadow, Be My Shade

5. Better Than Before

6. Downtime

7. Slow Death March

8. Can’t You See A Flood’s A-Comin’

9. The Ancient Lake