Ernie Ball Unearthed with Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes





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Published on Jul 29, 2019

"It’s really important to me to not approach songwriting the same. If you’re not open enough to it, what you’re really doing is just confining yourself to a more limited space of how to be creative."

Singer-songwriter Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes opens up about his journey with music in this episode of Unearthed — a series highlighting the exploration of today’s most inspiring songwriters.

Filmed at Los Angeles’ iconic Sound City Studio where rock greats such as Steve Lukather, Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young and Tom Petty have recorded some of their most legendary hits, In this episode, Goldsmith discusses his first introduction to music, his connection with poetry and songwriting, and intimating plays some of the band’s most popular sounds.

Taylor Goldsmith relies on Ernie Ball Paradigm Regular Slinky electric strings: http://ernieb.al/2oDunR9
Everlast Phosphor Bronze acoustic strings: https://ernieb.al/2KYJAsB

Song List:
A Little Bit of Everything 0:00
When My Time Comes 9:19
Roll with the Punches 16:28
From a Window Seat 23:09
Crack the Case 27:32


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