“Bait My Soul” by James A.M. Downes
BTR Hear & There | ep127 | May 15, 2017
A seasoned veteran of the music scene, James A.M. Downes has been involved in many projects over the years, currently including the Philly-based trio, The End Of America. This year marks the release of his solo debut EP, Prison Font, with Forest Park Recordings. BTRtv joined Downes at the Meadowport Arch in Prospect Park for a live performance of "Bait My Soul," the lead track off his new record.

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James A.M. Downes: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter

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