Screen Door Porch – Chasin’ Homesteader Blues

Providing us with a history lesson, Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s Screen Door Porch shot their debut CXCW video for “Chasin’ Homesteader Blues” at “the historical Miller House built in 1885. The home was one of the first homesteading structures in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and is now the site of The National Elk Refuge. The Elk Refuge receives many commercial filming requests each year, but permits are limited due to access and staffing. The Miller House is located at the foot of the Gros Ventre Mountains with a commanding view of the Teton Range. The Miller Ranch represents the coming together of settlement, ranching and conservation in this isolated valley.”

“Chasin’ Homesteader Blues” is from Screen Door Porch’s third LP, Modern Settler, released Feb 10, 2015. The band tells us “the central riff to this song is played on a guitar tuned to open D minor — a tuning inspired by the great country-bluesman Skip James.”
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