Stefan Prigmore’s ‘Everything Is At Least Both’ Meditates On Multiple Perspectives

Folk Roots songwriter Stefan Prigmore’s second full-length album, Everything Is At Least Both, has recently arrived, “a blend of old and new” in terms of songs. Some are familiar songs in new arrangements that have never been recorded. Others dial into “these times of constant change”.

Prigmore and Producer/engineer Clay Parker worked together for the third time on this collection. Clay Parker, himself a songwriter, played a key role in shaping the album. Other featured artists include Pete Damore (Ordinary Elephant) on octave mandolin and mandolin and James McCann on steel guitar and resonator.

The album title itself is a “huge nod and memorial tribute” to a dear friend and musician Rodney Moore. Prigmore and Moore “loved to philosophize together” and often found that nothing is “this OR that.” Everything is always at least “this AND that”…and more.

In 2021, Stefan launched his Patreon page, where he shares new and unreleased music, wild game recipes, and “stories from the woods and water”. March 2021 saw the release of his first solo, full-length album River/Blood produced and recorded by Clay Parker. He now resides in East Texas with his wife, and their “ridiculous squirrel” named Leon Rausch. 

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