BIG EGO 2018 Vinyl Subscription Series

$85 (includes 4 LPs)*

*tax and shipping NOT included

Less than 190 of 500 subscriptions remaining.

We are excited to announce our 2018 subscription package which includes four, full length vinyl records shipped in pairs: two in January and two in July.

Subscription releases are limited to 500 foil-stamped first pressings. Records are packaged in an archival poly-sleeve and include a high quality digital download.

All BIG EGO Records are produced by Chris Schlarb.

The first two albums explore bluegrass and country/folk territory with  debut releases from The Show Ponies fiddle virtuoso Philip Glenn and singer/songwriter Leeann Skoda. Liner notes by Jason P. Woodbury.

The second pair of albums focus on two singular voices in modern jazz guitar: former Brian Blade Fellowship pedal steel guitarist Dave Easley and Wichita, Kansas native David Lord. Both albums feature Chad Taylor (Chicago Underground Duo) on drums.

Good music is hard to find. We're making it easier.

 

2018 Release Schedule

Shipping by January 12th, 2018
BIG001 Philip Glenn - Outsider
BIG002 Leeann Skoda - Call Me Back Home

Shipping by July 13th, 2018
BIG003 David Lord - Forest Standards Vol. 1
BIG004 Dave Easley - Pedal Steel Jazz Guitar

Album Trailers

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the 2018 subscription cost?

$85 plus tax and shipping.

 

What do I get?

Four full length, limited edition records.

Two in January 2018 and two in July 2018.

 

Can I buy certain records without subscribing?

You may buy records directly from the artists but we don't intend to offer albums a la carte.

 

Will the albums be streaming on digital services?

Yes!

 

Will there be additional pressings in the future?

Possibly! However, only subscribers will receive the foil-stamped first edition pressings.

 

What if I don't have a record player?

You should buy one! This Audio Technica AT-LP-120-USB is probably the best value for the money.

 

What if I don't like the music?

There are no guarantees in life. There's also no accounting for taste.