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Published: 2013/11/25

Sherman Ewing Releases New Single "Wild River"

Jam rocker Sherman Ewing has released the new single “Wild River” to commemorate the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. Off Ewing’s forthcoming EP Cardboard Participant due out in early 2014, the single pays tribute to the “acts of heroism and compassion he witnessed in Red Hook, Brooklyn following the aftermath of the storm.”

In October 2012, Ewing witnessed the destruction of Hurricane Sandy first hand, choosing not to evacuate. Ewing was without electricity or heat for six weeks as his entire block was underwater. Ewing lived by candlelight until power was restored.

Listen to “Wild River” below.


There are 2 comments associated with this post

paige Davis November 26, 2013, 19:00:22

Great song! I’d recognize that voice anywhere, Live to hear you live.

John Vine May 6, 2014, 23:02:15

Hey Sherman, it’s John Vine from way back.
Was out to dinner with Bill Brennan, Bob Szuter, Jeff Perlman and Henry Bowers. Don’t know if u were around
to know all of them. Dig your sound. Perhaps, I can
check out one of your shows. I play drums in a local(Princeton) band as a side gig- Gravity Hill. Play
At Hillbilly Hall, the Ivy and other venues. Warm regards, JV

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