Adam Weaver & the Ghosts | Places we were, Places we're not

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Places we were, Places we're not

by Adam Weaver & the Ghosts

Southern slowcore writing meets intelligent urban delivery resulting in dark folk-pop. Mississippi meets Omaha.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Aberdeen
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2. If you were here now
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3. Ecclesiastes four
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4. The castaway
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5. Let's go
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6. I-35
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7. Superior
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8. Elmwood Park
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9. The train has left the station
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10. Fast asleep
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11. Sleep tight (lullabye)
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Adam Weaver and the Ghosts

I moved to Omaha from Mississippi about three years ago. Back in the South, I had played drums in a few rock bands that played regularly in the college towns of Oxford, Starkville, Columbus, and Hattiesburg, Mississippi. When the final band, the Sunset Manual, broke up, I began to focus more on songwriting. Trent Dabbs, lead singer for the Sunset Manual, convinced me that this new endeavor should be pursued. So before leaving Mississippi, Dabbs and I, along with several other friends and ex-bandmates took this collection of songs into the studio and recorded Someday These Will Be Yesterdays, an 8 song EP released independently.

After arriving in Omaha, I began to play small acoustic shows at a variety of venues. I continued writing, and made two trips to Mr. Lemons studio in East Nashville while working on the new album. The sessions in Nashville included Dabbs, Neilson Hubbard, Garrison Starr, and Kate York, as well as several Omaha musicians who had decided to join in.

Gradually, Adam Weaver became the Adam Weaver band, which became Adam Weaver & the Ghosts, which eventually became the Ghosts. The Ghosts now include myself, Megan Caughey (vocals, keys), Kyle Moeller (drums), Andrew Penke (bass, keys), and Joe Ranne (guitar). Most of the Ghosts have been involved in a number of collaborative and solo projects before working with me.


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I heard Meredith's cd and had to have it! I'm so impressed!


All-around wonderful album. There's a quite a bit of depth to the songwriting. Recommended.

Meredith M

I absolutely love the cd. It has not moved out of the cd player since I got it. Great music to relax to. Thanks Adam!!

Aaron Nielsen

Amazing disc! Highly recommended. I also love Adam Weaver's first album, Someday These Will Be Yesterdays. Definitely check out these cds!