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‘Forever Endeavour’ may be as solid a record as he’s has ever made.

In a 4-star review of Ron Sexsmith’s new album in the New York Daily News, critic Jim Farber says Sexsmith “outdid himself…shaping his typically fine tunes with some of the most exquisite arrangements of his career. It’s a sterling example of chamber-folk, intricately erecting acoustic guitar arpeggios in front of noble horns and elevated strings. The arrangements recall the impeccably-crafted ’60s hits of Glen Campbell or the Mamas and the Papas.” Read the whole review here: http://nydn.us/ZGN6op

Sexsmith’s U.S. run starts April 1 at Philadelphia’s World Café Live and includes stops in New York, Boston, Chicago and elsewhere. Sexsmith’s widely praised new album Forever Endeavour, produced by Mitchell Froom, is out now via Cooking Vinyl. Recently, Sexsmith headlined London’s Royal Albert Hall before performing multiple times at SXSW.

Hear Sexsmith talk about the songs on the new album in conversation with NPR All Things Considered host Melissa Block here: http://n.pr/WFzNTh

What critics are saying about Forever Endeavour:

Makes a case of the deep blues sound sweet. – NPR ALL THINGS CONSIDERED

Sexsmith has proven himself a storyteller and musician worthy of the praise he’s received. – PASTE

Sexsmith confirms his place as artist’s favourite. 4/5 stars – Q MAGAZINE


4/1 – World Café Live – Philadelphia, PA
4/2 – Jammin Java – Vienna, VA
4/3 – City Winery – New York, NY
4/4 – Café 939 – Boston, MA
4/11 – City Winery – Chicago, IL

More on Ron Sexsmith here: http://www.ronsexsmith.com/

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