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Langhorne Slim Performs For ‘Live On KEXP At Home’

Singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim (Sean Scolnick) recently performed five songs and spoke with host John Richards for the Live On KEXP At Home series. The Seattle independent radio station shared video featuring the performances and interview. Langhorne Slim’s Live On KEXP At Home session was recorded on March 23, 2021. Scolnick...
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Langhorne Slim on Writing After Recovery

Langhorne Slim didn’t set out to write a record. He hadn’t written music in a year. At the end of 2019, he entered a program to tackle his issues with prescription drug abuse. Shortly after he came out of that program, a tornado struck his neighborhood in Nashville, then COVID-19 hit the nation. Trying to make sense of it all, Langhorne Slim finally wrote a song. He was given the advice to write without any expectations and music started to flow again. The result is his latest album, Strawberry Mansion.
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Interview with Langhorne Slim about new album, grandpas, and mental health

We recently spoke with Langhorne Slim about his new album Strawberry Mansion for WFPK’s Mental Health Day. Langhorne, like so many folks, has struggled for better mental health for as long as he can remember. The new album addresses that struggle but also is a tribute to his Grandfathers who had a huge impact on him while growing up.
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Out of the Box Album of the Week--Langhorne Slim--Strawberry Mansion

In what is very likely to be a very productive year musically Langhorne Slim leads it off with an album of pandemic inspired songs called “Strawberry Mansion.” It’s his seventh album and he might as well have called it “What I did during the covid quarantine.”. The album began in...
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Langhorne Slim, “Strawberry Mansion”

You probably know more about Langhorne Slim than you do me, the writer of this piece. (Good, let’s keep it that way.) That said, and to be frank, Langhorne Slim and I both hail from Pennsylvania, are both around the same age, and the Strawberry Mansion he talks about on this, his seventh studio album is a Northbound neighborhood in Philly not so far from my own Southern block, literally and figuratively. Working class and ethnically diverse, both Slim’s North Philly neighborhood where his grandfathers were born and the South Philly area where my grandparents came up after arriving from Italy celebrated worlds both old and new, traditions and fresh freedoms, and were—as Slim puts it—“A place of myths… A place that’s dirty but sweet, tough but full of love. Where giants roamed the earth and had names like Whistle and Curly.”
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SPOTLIGHT: Langhorne Slim on Not Letting Words Get in the Way

Langhorne Slim (photo by Harvey Robinson) EDITOR’S NOTE: Langhorne Slim is No Depression‘s Spotlight artist for January 2021. Read more about him and his new album, Strawberry Mansion (out Jan. 29) in our feature story, and look for more about Langhorne Slim all month long. “Man, sometimes it takes you...
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SPOTLIGHT: Langhorne Slim on Slowing Down and Finding Sweetness in Solitude

EDITOR’S NOTE: Langhorne Slim is No Depression‘s Spotlight artist for January 2021. Look for more about him and his upcoming album, Strawberry Mansion (out Jan. 29), all month long. Langhorne Slim didn’t set out to make a pandemic record. Actually, he didn’t set out to make a record at all.