Grayson Capps & The Lost Cause Minstrels | Fall Tour

Grayson Capps heads out on the road this month in support of his critically acclaimed new album, The Lost Cause Minstrels available now on LP & CD here | On MP3 here

Also catch Grayson with a cameo and two songs in the new Sony Pictures Film, Straw Dogs.

“With a voice recalling Steve Earle and Delbert McClinton, rolled together with a fifth of cheap scotch, Capps is a natural treasure in the making.” – Maverick Magazine UK

“With ‘The Lost Cause Minstrels,’ Capps joins the Drive-By Truckers on the short list of artists who can tell a serious story while evoking the thrills of vintage Southern rock.” – Sound & Vision Magazine

“With Minstrels, Capps has finally made a classic album.” – American Songwriter Magazine

“The New Orleans-steeped literary roots rocker hasn’t gone countrypolitan: he’s just taken his down-home game to a new level, and illuminated his vocal gifts in the process.” – Relix Magazine

“The album has just about everything a Grayson Capps fan could want: Memorable characters, a handful of swampy hard-rocking numbers, a range of moods that makes full use of Capps’ ability to voice naked emotion, even a touch of Mardi Gras.” – Mobile Press Register

“The Lost Cause Minstrels takes all of Capps’ strengths, hones them to a razored point, and trains them on the listener in a wily collection of songs that reflect pathos, passion, and earned wisdom.” – All Music Guide

“‘The Lost Cause Minstrels’ should be the record that introduces Capps to the world, at least those that are paying attention, cause it’s his watershed moment…definitely top 5 record of the year as we stand at almost the midway point of 2011.” – Captain’s Dead

“These 12 songs on ‘The Lost Cause Minstrels’ verify Grayson Capps as one of the country’s finest songwriters.” – Swampland

“The Lost Cause Minstrels is the kind of record I can see myself continuing to listen to years from now.” – Berkeley Place

“Definitely an album that will feature on the end of year best of lists for roots music fans –  file under essential listening.” – Beat Surrender

“A man who can write a slow song, call it ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ and get away it, knows what he is doing.” – Here Comes The Flood