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TRAIL MIX BLOG: An Interview With Abigail Dowd

MAY 9, 2019 | BLUE RIDGE OUTDOOR MAGAZINE

Abigail Dowd, on Not What I Seem, her new record, delved into her grandfather’s war experience, and the trickle down effect it had on familial relationships, on “Chosin,” a song inspired by the battle at Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War.

Trail Mix is happy to feature that song this month, and I was lucky enough to catch up with Abigail to chat up the new record and the power of that song as she reflected on her grandfather.


Official Video "Wiregrasser" from Abigail Dowd's new album Not What I Seem" - out April 5th on all platforms.

Abigail Dowd - Vocals & Guitar

Jason Duff - Bass & Percussion

Filmed / Edited / Directed by: Todd Turner


CO-WRITING WITH THE UNIVERSE: An Interview With Abigail Dowd

APRIL 15, 2019 | THE ALL SCENE EYE


LIVE ON WUNC THE STATE OF THINGS

APRIL 5, 2019 | WUNC 91.5


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Glide MAGAZINE REVIEW


Abigail Dowd to have album release concert at The Crown at Carolina Theatre

APRIL 4th
Go Triad | by Eddie Huffman


After Abigail Dowd performed her set at the Cary Theater on Saturday night, Emily Scott Robinson invited Dowd back to the stage to harmonize on a few of Robinson’s songs. “This has been a big year for both of us,” Robinson told Dowd. “New albums out, we both have agents now — we’re makin’ it!”

Dowd’s new album, “Not What I Seem,” comes out on Friday, technically. She will mark the occasion Saturday night with a performance in The Crown at the Carolina Theatre. Sam Frazier and the Side Effects will open the show, and Frazier will join Dowd for a couple of songs.


Abigail Dowd ‘sheds’ stories of
Norman in new album

Richmond County Herald | by Gavin Stone

NORMAN — There’s more to Norman than can be seen in the blink it takes to pass through the town.

For Abigail Dowd, who spent punctuated periods there visiting family in her early years, the town has taken on a mythic quality as it both haunts and inspires her music. On her second album, Not What I Seem, to be released on April 5, Dowd is “shedding” the stories and leftover emotions from her past, many of which originated in Norman.


GREENSBORO-BASED Singer Abigail Dowd,
beneath the surface

TRIAD CITY BEAT, MARCH 28, 2019

BY LAUREN BARBER


Abigail Dowd, 
The TVD First Date


THe Boot PREMiere: “Goodbye Hometown”

Visit THE BOOT to listen to “the wistful, mellow tune with poignant lyrics that get right at the heart of what it means to pine for home.”

Written shortly after Dowd moved to Maine from the South, "Goodbye Hometown" finds the artist singing sings sweetly of the things she misses from her home, which is now more than a thousand miles away: "Goodbye, peaches / Goodbye, sweet magnolia blossoms in the summertime," Dowd sings. "Goodbye to the whippoorwill, singing sweetly in the night among the longleaf pines / Goodbye hometown, everyone I've ever known"


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SONG PREMiere: “To HAVE A FRIEND”

The Bluegrass Situation premieres Abigail Dowd’s song “To Have A Friend,” featuring Sam Frazier.


Abigail Dowd's "Chosin" Ruminates Over the Cost of War (premiere)

Popmatters premieres “Chosin” from Dowd’s upcoming album “Not What I Seem,” to be released on April 5th.