“Juniper Blues,” a track from Lovecraft, the newest album by Chris Jamison, knocks the dust off its cowboy boots before two-stepping slowly around an empty room. It’s a standout song — as lush as it is soulful — on an impeccable collection. The good news is that Jamison (not to be confused with “The Voice” contestant of the same name) recently relocated from Austin, Texas, to Asheville. And while his songs take cues from Southwestern landscapes and Tex-Mex soundscapes here and there, the Appalachian Mountains are not all that foreign to the singer-songwriter. He grew up in the Virginian Blue Ridge and spent time in London, all of which surely add to his universal and poetic approach to song craft. Jamison performs with Jackson Dulaney on lap steel at Pisgah Brewing Co. Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m. Free. pisgahbrewing.com. Photo by Carol Spagnuola
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