What's so good?
By Rachel Skotarczyk | Oct 17, 2013

Offering up his own breed of rock and roll, California resident Ezra Furman releases his latest album, Day Of The Dog, via Bar/None Records.

I haven't listened to a ton of Bob Dylan, but apparently Furman gets compared to him a lot. "My Zero" one of my favorites off Day Of The Dog. It's a sunny folk rock track that rolls along like a bicycle -- away from that girl you just broke up with on the schoolyard playground. She's astounded, you're just like, "I thought you'd always be my zero."

Careless in a caring way, Furman's style is refreshing, fun, sometimes mean, but always powerful. He's really got a handle on this songwriting thing. Find more from Furman at his website and be sure to check out the show dates.
Rachel Skotarczyk
Singer/songwriter in Detroit, MI— soft, yet prickly as a feather pillow. I enjoy honky tonk, folk country and deep house. My life involves balancing t ... learn more →