Vortex Magazine premieres new song by Fernando feat Peter Buck and Scott McCaughey

Vortex Magazine premiers a new unreleased song by Fernando! The song is a country lament called No Regrets and features performances by Peter Buck and Scott McCaughey of REM. The song is included in Fluff and Gravy’s ” Five Years of Gravy”, a Compilation CD that features unreleased tracks by Richmond Fontaine, Hillstomp, Drunken Prayer, Anna Tival, Mike Coykendall, Nick Jaina and many more. All profits from the sales of this CD will be going to The Jeremy Wilson Foundation to benefit musicians that do not have health insurance.

Fernando on That Much Further West Podcast!

Check out Fernando on That Much Further West Podcast! Fernando talks touring, he plays three songs live in the studio, spins some of his favorite music from Dan Stuart, Pescado Rabioso and Horacio Guarany and…debuts a new country weeper  “No Regrets” from the new Fluff and Gravy Comp “Five Years of Gravy”

Portland Tribune Preview of OMHOF Induction

Portland Tribune previews Fernando’s Oregon Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Read Story


Video: DoD Sessions (NO)

Performed Kingdom Come out in the woods of beautiful Norway for Dust of Daylight music blog.

Album Review: iTromsø (NO)

One of Norway’s most respected and followed music journalist Egon Holstad gives Leave the Radio On the big thumbs up with a five star review! Read the review

Paste Magazine features White Trees video

Thanks to Paste Magazine for featuring the new White Trees video.


Got to meet the writer who wrote the attached four star review for about our show at Vera in Groningen. Thank you John for your support!

White Trees video premieres on Americana UK and No Depression

Both americanaUK and No Depression premiered the new video for the song White Trees from the Leave The Radio On album.

Show Review: Blabber ‘n’ Smoke (UK)

Great review of our Glasgow show on Paul Kerr’s Americana blog Blabber ‘n’ Smoke.

Show Review: Bristol 24/7 (UK)

Great live review of our show in Bristol but nor quite sure if they caught the joke about me personally being the first Latino in Oregon.