FEATURED VIDEO: The Moon Ain't Fallen on Me Yet by RJ Comer

Sometimes RJ feels like the moon is his only friend in the night—the place of his darkest and most lonely thoughts and experiences, but also—strangely—his sanctuary. Here RJ returns to the theme of redemption with a wry and subtle allusion to John 1:5: “The light shines in the darkness, yet the darkness did not overcome it.”

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About RJ

RJ Comer is a Los Angeles city boy and storyteller with the backwaters of Americana and Blues running through his veins. He started out singing in church and around the campfire, but ended up in a lot of bad places at wrong times. RJ’s music reflects the witty, gritty, tender and tough guy he is. From downtempo gritty songs that cut deep with self-deprecating humor and jagged memories to upbeat songs that swagger even when they swing, RJ’s music is both meaningful and entertaining.

RJ has toured as a solo artist from Canada to Florida including a five-week stint playing and recording in New Orleans. His powerful voice, his captivating and emotional live performances, and his infectious songs have garnered fans in biker bars, on Bourbon Street, and in coffee houses and concert halls. Talents as diverse as A.J. Croce, C.C. Adcock, and Grammy-winner Matt Hyde have produced tracks with RJ. He’s toured with Steve Forbert and toured the American Southwest playing dates with Sara Hickman and Guy Forsyth.

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June 11, 2016

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