New Album Available Now!

In an age when “tracks” have overtaken the art of the album, Garrin Benfield announces the release of “The Wave Organ Song”, a hauntingly honest song cycle that captures an artist who has tapped into a wellspring of inspiration. “The Wave Organ Song” is a perfectly paced musical journey that might best be accompanied by candlelight and a bottle of Pinot Noir. Lovingly recorded to capture every breathy nuance, this collection of in-studio solo performances is an unadorned and chillingly intimate emotional travelogue.  more...

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Some fan reviews of the new CD!

Getting some nice reactions to the new CD from the first folks who have heard's a little sample. Also, check out our first real review in the press tab!

"quite a diamond. a beautiful, liquid diamond"

"crystal clear. 100%+  from the heart"

"truly gorgeous. I can think of no other word more apt"

"it's awesome. just like I thought it would be"

"on my third round and I just got it yesterday"

"very refreshing to hear just you and your guitar, simple, direct - no BS"

"OMG it is soooo great. the second song made me burst into tears"

"i feel you in your music so much"

"sublime. a truly poignant accomplishment"

"the most peaceful 57min 39sec I've had in a long, long time"

"reminds me of patty griffin's 'living with ghosts' album"

"so good! i'll be at the release show for sure!"


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