From the album Vanished Days
Featured track, available from April 6 to April 14
James Culleton has a new project for local culture fans. The acclaimed visual artist and singer/songwriter is set to release his album, Vanished Days. A series of songs focusing on family and farming in North Dakota and recorded at Exchange District Studios with Shawn Dealey, the album grew out of a residency Culleton was invited to by the Museum of Art of North Dakota. He'll also release a series of music videos created with the help of videographer/photographer Leif Norman and puppeteer Curtis Wiebe. Culleton will take over Times Change(d) on April 9 to celebrate the release. This summer, he plans a future release and art exhibit in Grand Forks. To keep your ears busy in the meantime, we've got his song "Dear Margery" for you. Get it, press play on the first video in the Vanished Days series, and catch James Culleton live on stage.
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