D.T. Huber is a Baltimore-based Americana singer/songwriter who blends country and folk styles. He recorded and mixed his EP, Scorched Earth, in early 2013 with Mat Leffler-Schulman. The songs on this EP are inspired by the current happenings in America as well as traditional American folk songs. The lyrical themes on this record deal with urban neighborhoods plagued by violence, job loss in rural America, and the heartbreak and chaos of love. Culminating on the last track with a song of forgiveness and faith in loved ones. Scorched Earth captures elements of mountain music, jazz-blues, outlaw country, and folk-rock to highlight these themes. D.T. was able to recruit some outstanding Baltimore musicians to play on this record. Frank Corl on drums, Josh Lebar (Annapolis Symphony Orchestra) on upright bass, Jon Patton on mandolin, and Patrick McAvinue (Audie Blaylock and Redline) on fiddle.
Enjoy two of our favorite songs.
Produced and mixed by Mat Leffler-Schulman
Mastered by Paul Gold