Article originally published on January 26, 2008
January 26, 2008
In Cast Iron Letters, Adam Zwig takes a stylistically different approach to music. His overriding concern, like any other musician, is to communicate; however, the music is a method that seemingly comes secondary to the...
Article originally published on December 21, 2007 by Bruce Von Stiers
December 21, 2007
Zwig's Great New Album
By Bruce Von Stiers
Some performers have interesting day jobs. One of the most interesting day jobs I've seen for a performer is as a psychoanalyst. This is the day job for indie...
Article originally published on December 18, 2007
December 18, 2007
Wow, this dude used to play guitar for a band called Shiftchangers and now he's kind of stepped back from the whole rock thing and released a record that's bluesy and folksy and reminds you of Bob Dylan without the...
Article originally published in 2007 by Anna Larson
Review of Adam Zwig
Cast Iron Letters
Written by Anna Larson
8 / 07
"Introspective". In a nutshell, that is the word to describe Adam Zwig's latest, Cast Iron Letters. This folk rock album centers around exploration - of...