Kiefer Sutherland appears at Barnes & Noble, Union Square to promote and sign his new album “Down in the Hole.”
Rolling Stone Article Link Kiefer Sutherland on Jail Time, Guitar Addiction and Meeting Merle Actor opens up about the “come-to-Jesus moment” that led to his debut album and why he doesn’t care what people think about it Kiefer Sutherland gets the “why now?” question about music a lot. His answer is keenly simple: “Now, I just don’t give a shit.” At 49-years-old, Sutherland, one of the most successful actors of his generation, is making his debut as a country singer-songwriter. But he’s far from a bandwagon jumper. The London-born, Toronto (by way of California)-bred star started playing violin at age four and has been honing his guitar skills since he was 10-years-old. He nurtured other recording artists’ careers via his own record label, Ironworks, which he co-founded with best friend Jude Cole more than a decade ago. And now, just as the Hollywood heavyweight has signed on for another primetime network gig, playing POTUS on ABC’s Designated Survivor, he’s simultaneously releasing his own music. It’s a résumé curveball, sure, but not really out of character. Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/kiefer-sutherland-on-jail-time-guitar-addiction-and-meeting-merle-20160606#ixzz4Aufz0v8q Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook
Review by Digital Journal: Overall, Kiefer Sutherland’s exclusive show at The Founders Room was a great deal of fun. He was entertaining and successful in showing his passion for country music for his Long Island fan-base. He and his band members are worth seeing live whenever they are in town. His live show is a substantial indication that his future in music is promising. His concert earned 4 out of 5 stars.