Stephen Kellogg Blunderstone Rockery



“The title comes from the boyhood home of my favorite character in my favorite book, David Copperfield,” says singer/songwriter Stephen Kellogg of his new album Blunderstone Rookery. Like the Charles Dickens’ novel, Kellogg’s album is a largely autobiographical collection of serials, seen through the eyes of a very observant protagonist.

Set for release on June 18 on Elm City Music which was founded by Michael Caplan, Blunderstone Rookery is Kellogg’s third solo album, and first since his critically-acclaimed band The Sixers took a break last Fall. “In November of 2012, my band of the last ten years decided to take a hiatus,” he explains. “We performed our final show at Webster Hall in New York City for three hours and said goodbye for now. 2012 also took with it my mother-in-law and my grandmother, Most of this happened in late Spring, when my house was under renovation. The foundation was still there, but the house was literally ripped apart. Some metaphor, huh? The musical result of this tumultuous period is Blunderstone Rookery.”

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