LeE HARVey OsMOND! - When Tom Wilson released 2015’s Beautiful Scars, his third album under his alternate moniker, Lee Harvey Osmond, he was just beginning to grasp the full irony of using an assumed identity. Turns out Wilson had been living his entire life under one-a fact he didn’t learn until his 55th birthday, when his cousin confessed she was really his mother hand his heritage was Mohawk, not Irish.
That’s why the cover depicts Wilson as a powerful and raw figure, warrior-like-someone who looks as if he’s still wild. “That’s actually how I feel as an artist,” Wilson explains. “At 56, I’m just emerging from the woods, with all of this new knowledge of who I am.” Don’t miss this opportunity to see one-third of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings.