Gill Landry exposes his skeletons on new album ahead of York gig

“I found it to be a good place for seeing the forest through the trees,” says Gill Landry, who wrote Skeleton At The Banquet while staying in a French village

GILL Landry, the two-time Grammy-winning American singer, songwriter and guitarist, is booked into The Crescent in York for February 12 2020 on his ten-date British tour.

The Old Crow Medicine Show alumnus and founder member of The Kitchen Syncopators will be promoting his fifth solo album, Skeleton At The Banquet.

Released on Loose Music on January 24 2020, Landry’s follow-up to 2017’s Love Rides A Dark Horse was preceded by his November single, I Love You Too.

Recorded and produced in Los Angeles by Landry and Seth Ford-Young, who has worked previously with Tom Waits and Edward Sharpe, Skeleton At The Banquet features Landry on vocals, guitars, pedal steel, keys and harmonica, Ford-Young on bass, Josh Collazo on drums, Stewart Cole on trumpet and Odessa Jorgensen on violin.

The album artwork for Gill Landry’s new album, Skeleton At The Banquet, to be released next month

“This album is a series of reflections and thoughts on the collective hallucination that is America, with a love song or two thrown in for good measure,” says Landry. who also uses the stage name of Frank Lemon, by the way.

“I wrote it from within the refuge of a small flat in a small village in western France, where I spent last summer. I found it to be a good place for seeing the forest through the trees, so to speak.”

Landry, originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, will open his British dates at the Americana Music Association UK’s festival in London on January 28.

Tickets for February 12 are on sale at £12 at Earworm Records, Powells Yard, Goodramgate, York, from The Crescent or online via the

Landry will play a further Yorkshire gig at The Lantern, Halifax, on February 16. Box office: 01422 341003 or