Since January of 2012, JL Wright has turned 30, become a first-time father, lost a job, found a new job managing and training at an MMA gym and released two very good, very hopeful full-length acoustic albums.
Along with a slowly growing list of people, I’ve been listening to his music constantly. We’re all passionate about the songs and about sharing them with whomever will listen, but we can’t seem to help spread the music as much as we’d like to or as much as his songs deserve. Wright’s albums are in every online store and every piece of music streaming software you can name, but simply being available isn’t enough. Continue reading