A Motorcycle for a Horse is a brand new story from acclaimed author and Richmond Fontaine frontman Willy Vlautin. Willy himself reads the story, and you’ll recognise a number of characters from Lean on Pete, his latest novel – Charley Thompson, Lonnie Dixon and the unforgettable Lean on Pete himself.
And this is a real bonus – the story closes with an exclusive track recorded by members of Richmond Fontaine.
Listen here or download the full story from our Soundcloud (45 mins):
About Willy Vlautin
Described by Mojo as ‘one of America’s most fundamental artists in words and music’, Willy Vlautin is the author of the highly acclaimed novels, The Motel Life (2005) and Northline (2007). He is also the frontman of the band Richmond Fontaine, whose albums include ‘Post to Wire’ and most recently ‘We Used to think the Freeway Sounded Like a River’. An avid fan of horseracing, he can often be found writing behind a closed circuit monitor at Portland Meadows racetrack.