The Fan Far Record is Here!
July 19, 2007 | 6:51 pm

The long awaited Fan Fair Record, combining Richard Ringer, and JT Hathaway (Trip Sterling) is available for purchase.

I just wanted to let you know, I did an album with a friend, and it’s now available for sale, if you’re interested…

It’s called “The Fan Fair Record”, this is the band that I am in, partnered with JT Hathaway (Trip Sterling). It is available for sale with a full album description, and samples to listen to here:

This is our first record for physical retail, (something you can hold in your hand), and it has been professionally manufactured by, so it’s no chinsey CD.

You may be wondering if it is all new material. Four tracks from the fourteen have been uploaded to icompositions previously, and two more have been redone, (“She Took the Piano” has been redone with drums, accordion, and new vocals, “GO Figure” has new drums and vocals) and of course all the eight remaining tracks are all brand new, never before heard.

So why is this important? Why should you be interested? This is in my opinion, the best thing I’ve ever done, we truly believe this is a new and exiting sound that you will enjoy, it is VERY much worth the money.



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I just purchased Fan Fair. It's brilliant. Richard and JT hit their stride with a collection of tunes that never stray too far from classic Ringer Rock flourishes, but are served up with a spoonful of sugar. Inventive pop tunes that continue to explore and challenge, yet are accessible.

It's not a wonder to me that this excellent group of songs exists. I knew the first time I heard the illustrious Mr. Ringer, that greater things were in store for us all.

While the whole collection of tunes hang beautifully together, standout tracks for me (so far) are "With Sword In Hand" (a Polyphonic Spree menagere) and "Under The Cloak Of Darkness" (a midevil chamber dirge played on what sounds like a toy piano).

Congratulations RR and JT.

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