Posted: March 1, 2021 in Classic Albums, MUSIC
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Anthony da Costa is an American singer-songwriter based in Nashville, TN. He has been writing and performing original material since he was 13 years old. He names Ryan Adams, Dan Bern, and Bob Dylan as some of his biggest song writing influences. He attended Columbia University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in ancient Greek and Roman history in 2013. In 2016, Anthony released his solo album, “Da Costa,” which was self-produced and features Aaron Lee Tasjan, Devon Sproule, and members of Ben Kweller, Eric Johnson and Okkervil River. Anthony is also an in-demand live and session guitarist, having toured with Aoife O’Donovan of Crooked Still, Jimmy LaFave, Joy Williams and now the Grammy-award-winning songwriter Sarah Jarosz.

My new album, “What Plans” is out today. There’s so much I can and will say about the making of this project…but right now, I want to thank each and every person who helped me do this. This record is a first for me in many ways, one of them being that there are 25 guest artists and musicians featured on this thing.

New live video! An acoustic rendition of my new single, “Messages” (which has been streamed almost 20,000 times in its first few days, thank you!). I thought it was only right to play a song I wrote about missing people and questioning your place in the world on a $17,000 guitar in one of the best shops around, @cartervintageguitars (full video on their page and YouTube). Thanks to @theguitarphotographer as always, and go check out “Messages” featuring @frances_cone

New album ““What Plans” available NOW!

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