The ‘90s-era agreeable admission of Kristian Bush, Billy Pilgrim, is aback with a new distinct to examination the band’s “In the Time Machine” album, due this fall.
Decatur-based Bush – accepted for his continuing in Sugarland and Dark Water – and accomplice Andrew Hyra recorded what was to be Billy Pilgrim’s third anthology at the about-face of the aeon at Nickel & Dime Flat in Avondale. But a blaze at the flat in backward 2000 austere the adept tapes. A abandoned archetype of the folk-rock anthology remained and from it, about 500 CDs were apprenticed and awash at a 2001 achievement at Eddie’s Attic. Following the concert, Bush and Hyra went their abstracted means and didn’t allege for the abutting 15 years (in 2016, Hyra abutting Bush for his anniversary Thanksgiving shows at Eddie’s Attic).
“I bethink cerebration to myself, man, this bandage isn’t finished,” Bush said.
Along with Bush and Hyra, the musicians featured on “In the Time Machine” are Brandon Bush (Sugarland, Train) on keyboards; David LaBruyere (John Mayer) on bass; Joey Craig on guitar; and Sigadore “Siggy” Birkis (John Mayer), Marcus Petruska (Corey Davis) and Travis McNabb (Better Than Ezra) on drums. Producer/engineer Don McCollister, who endemic Nickel & Dime Studio, co-produced the anthology forth with the Bush brothers and Hyra.
During the ‘90s, Billy Pilgrim’s music was featured on soundtracks to several TV shows, including “Melrose Place” and “My So-Called Life,” while the duo toured the apple with Melissa Etheridge, Hootie & The Blowfish and the Cowboy Junkies. Songs “Get Me Out of Here” and “Insomniac” became hits on academy and Triple-A radio, while their 1995 album, “Bloom,” hit No. 37 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart.
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