One guitar. One week. One song. It’s a pretty simple concept, but it’s the creative simplicity of The Acoustic Guitar Project which partly owes to its success.
But behind the concept itself is tireless work from the volunteers helping The Acoustic Guitar Project spread across the globe. To date, there are almost 1,000 songs recorded – so that’s 1,000 people, from all walks of life, from all musical backgrounds, who have submitted songs for everyone to hear, for free.
The idea behind the concept came from David Adams, a self-confessed habitual artist who, in his own words, “just wanted to start something cool” in the beginning. And that he has done.
In this episode, recorded between Berlin and New York, we talk about The Acoustic Guitar Project, where it all started, and where it’s heading in the future.
To find out more about The Acoustic Guitar Project, click here.
Also this week
There’s been the latest edition of The Pulse, which takes a look at new music from Tame Impala, Danko Jones, The Big Moon, and Justin Bieber. Yes, Bieber (it ain’t pretty).
On the next episode, we’ll journey back to Berlin to catch up with the cool singer-songwriter duo Forest Island. Stay tuned for that.