NYC based guitarist/composer Charlie Rauh shares new beautiful track titled, ‘Careless Gifts Are Seldom Prized’. The track features a beautiful acoustic guitar plucking melody that leads the listener into a beautiful experience of calm. The crisp production really showcases the raw sound of the guitar and make this a work of art. This is the second track from his upcoming solo acoustic guitar album, The Bluebell. It will be releasing August 28th on Destiny Records.
He has has been invited to be a resident composer by such organizations as The Rauschenberg Foundation, The Klaustrid Foundation, and The Chen Dance Center. His work as a soloist has been supported by grants from Meet The Composer, The Untitled Artist Group, and The Fractured Atlas Group.
As a support musician, Rauh works with a variety of artists across several genres both as a touring sideman and a studio musician and arranger. Recording projects include work with Wilco drummer Ken Coomer, Magnetic Fields producer Charles Newman, and Sparklehorse contributor Alan Weatherhead. Live performances include artists such as Pulitzer nominee Cornelius Eady, Rolling Stones backing vocalist Bernard Fowler, Iranian pop innovator Sepideh, and Finnish indie artist Peppina. This was beautiful to listen to and I can’t wait for more.