Daniel Tavis Romano is a Canadian musician, poet, and visual artist.
Beginning in March of 2020, while most of the world was in lockdown mode due to COVID, Daniel Romano did something truly remarkable: He began releasing an album nearly every week on his Bandcamp page. On this week's Fretboard Journal Podcast, we talk to the Canadian musician about his prolific output this year: from a track-by-track re-creation of Bob Dylan's Infidels album played as if the Plugz were Dylan's backing band, to his British folk-inspired Alias Ensemble album, and all points in-between. We hear about some of the self-imposed rules he gives himself when recording, his current gear of choice, his forthcoming (ninth) album for 2020, 'How Ill Thy World Is Ordered' (out Sept. 18, 2020 on You've Changed Records) and a lot more. Romano is one of our favorite musicians and it was great to get a peek at his creative process. Further reading: The story of the Plugz and Bob Dylan's appearance on Letterman.  This episode is sponsored by Retrofret Vintage Guitars and Mono Cases.  Support the podcast by picking up a PDF or print subscription to the Fretboard Journal. 
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