‘Featured Artist,’ Steve Reynolds, ‘Cover of Night’

December 3rd, 2011  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day


Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases the talented, singer/songwriter, Steve Reynolds, with his song, “Cover of Night,” from his album, The Carnival Papers, through 429 Records.  He released this album in June of 2008, two years after his first album, Exile.  The songs on The Carnival Papers were created in the woods in Canada, recorded in a farmhouse in France, and completed in Los Angeles.  That, in itself, is a heck of a journey.

Reynolds is now on the radar of The Troubadour’s Road, and will be an artist to continue to follow.   The Troubadour’s Road will be on the lookout for new material from Reynolds, and will be sure to feature it when it is made available.

These words find there place in his song, “Cover of Night,”

“And let’s take a walk in the snow,
Our world is fading.
We can watch while our footprints die,
And cover where we’ve been.

It’s better to walk lightly,
When you’re on the run.
It’s better to stay in the shadows,
Than to get caught out in the sun.

Yeah hey hey,
You know I’ve been in the wars.
And yeah, hey, hey,
You just may end up wanting more from this life.…”

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on his Facebook Page, and you can get his music on iTunes.   Until the next time you’ll be able to see him, or until the next time you’ll be able to listen to him, here is Steve Reynolds, with his song, “Cover of Night,” enjoy,

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