The music of Tucson’s Ohioan, led by songwriter O Ryne Warner, is about many things, but chiefly, it is music about the concept of “place.”

“From Roscoe Holcomb and the ‘mountain minor’ players to the Berber banjoists of Marrakech, Tinariwen's Tuareg guitar tradition, and the electric reverberation of country music throughout the Sonoran desert: we are bringing these far-flung influences together to reconcile where we come from, where are, and where we're headed,” Warner writes of his upcoming album, Empty/Every MT, out early next year via Gold Robot Records . . .

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