One-man band Stovepipe Stover plays free show at Gallery of Sound
Stovepipe Stover has been described as “lo-fi indie folk escapism at its finest,” so if that sounds like an intriguing evening, then stop by the Gallery of Sound in Wilkes-Barre tomorrow night to see this one-man band in action.
Based out of Northern Michigan, Justin Stover sings, plays guitar and banjo, and plays drums with his feet and arms utilizing a contraption on his back, as seen in this video:
Stover will be performing for free at the Gallery of Sound (186 Mundy St., Wilkes-Barre) on Oct. 8 at 5 p.m. as part of his “Michigan to Maine” tour; he was originally scheduled to play tonight, but travel issues forced him to move the date. He recently crowdfunded a project on Kickstarter to write and record 365 songs at one minute each for 365 people through 2015 based on a specific memory they provided.
Listen to more of his blue-collar music below: