April 21 street date. RECORD STORE DAY release. Bringing together the dirty British blues of Duke Garwood and Wooden Wand's Kentucky-laced country rock, Fire Records are releasing a special split 12" for Record Store Day. Each artist responsible for one side of the disc, they have brought together a loose collection of tracks and a mutual respect for each other. Garwood's songs came out of a typically laid-back recording session with old reels and a nice big loop around a chair leg. Wooden Wand's contribution is a selection of recent tracks, three of which feature a short-lived band out of Murfreesboro, TN called HP Witchcraft. James Jackson Toth, known to the world as Wooden Wand, is a maverick, good-hearted troubadour whose blend of smoky Americana has been garnering plaudits for the last decade. Unafraid to mix psychedelic workouts with sweet and soulful country, his varied and prolific output has resulted in a wealth of lyrically rich songs; the kind whose lines stick in your head for a lifetime.