Reed Turner spent years living and traveling across the country, but it wasn’t until he returned home to Austin that he found his true voice; one that is simple yet evocative, intimate but universal, and ultimately true. Turner was named as one of CMA’s Top 20 “Who New to Watch in 2013” before winning the prestigious Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Troubadour Competition.
On the latest album, Ghosts in the Attic, Turner adds a stylized twist to his already familiar Americana roots. Evoking the lyrical poetry of The Avett Brothers and the intimacy of Jeff Buckley, Reed Turner is quick to sell out legendary Texas venues like Stubb’s and our own Cactus Café. Storytelling is at the heart of Turner’s music and with one listen, you’ll be wanting to hear more and more.
– Jack Anderson