THE GHOSTS OF HANTON VILLAGE Richard Bone Sept. 15, 2009 *** Sold Out ***
Richard Bone's The Ghosts Of Hanton Village represents his 25th release
on the Quirkworks label. It contains 10 ambient works inspired by the
folklore surrounding Hanton Village, a mysterious commune in the
northwest hills of Rhode Island. It was settled by a group of unknown
travelers in 1790..........who vanished without a trace in 1890. Like
the stories themselves, the music ranges from dark, chilling excursions
to music filled with hope and promise.
Here's a bit more information about the mysterious HANTON VILLAGE . . .
Hanton Village was a late 1700's settlement just down the road from Richard's home. No one knows why this community was settled so far from the larger village of Smithfield, Rhode Island. Some historians think they were banished for either being witches, diseased or even runaway slaves. More mysterious yet is that the villagers vanished without a trace. Pots were still sitting on the hearths. They simply disappeared!
THE GHOST OF HANTON VILLAGE is often available to download
in its entirety or by single tracks through or cdbaby.com.
The Ghosts of Hanton Village officially sold out November 2010.
WVKR-FM "Secret Music" includes The Ghosts of Hanton Village on its
Top 20 Playlist for February 2010 airplay.
- - The Ghosts of Hanton Village has been listed as one of the Significant
Releases of 2009 by Star's End Radio.
Echoes Radio listed The Ghosts of Hanton Village at #5 of their Top 25
albums for November!
- - The Ghosts of Hanton Village makes its debut at #3 on the Zone Music Reporter's
Playlist Spin Count for September airplay.
Star's End Radio has listed The Ghosts of Hanton Village as one of their Top 20
Releases for October 2009.
Echoes Radio began playing tracks from The Ghosts of Hanton Village on their
October 26th program. The debut track was "A Silent Season".
- - The Ghosts of Hanton Village is also getting airplay on Musical Starstreams and
WXPN Radio Pennsylvania among other fantastic radio stations.
- - To download an early mix of "Pyrambala" (Solace & Embers) - click here