Big thanks to these beautiful awesome peeps for playing with me last weekend in Memphis. ‘Twas a great weekend and… https://t.co/NB9WrY8BBi50 mins ago
Thanks so much #memphis for taking such good care of us this past weekend. Always love singing for you… https://t.co/sSTkKyRhnsYesterday
Memphis, what’s up? Headed your way to sing for you and chill so....help us out: where’s the best coffee? Best cock… https://t.co/hSB5df1zKc5 days ago
THIS SAT in #memphistn let’s do this! Can’t wait to see y’all! @ Lafayette's Music Room https://t.co/6rvfOHNdEc6 days ago
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I can feel it....falls here....creeping around the corner 🍁 🍂 🍁 So thankful to be upstate New York woth this band 🍂… https://t.co/N3RhO6IsEJ2 weeks ago
@danthestratman ............waiting for his turn to play🙄 But, seriously....I don’t have a secret anymore, I just w… https://t.co/W3AX9nTDuC2 weeks ago
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"A collaboration that exudes easy listening. Nebraska native Shannon LaBrie, and Bloomington, Indiana’s own Kenny Childers, have taken a step away from solo artistry for a moment and banded together to write their first release “Forevermore.” The new project brings to mind the early days of Jackson Brown with a tinge of 90’s grit. LaBrie says, “we are both pretty emotionally dark but, for some reason, when we play music together, it feels happy. I guess two wrongs make a right?” The album feels free, smooth and breezy, like one would feel at the beginning of fall. The kind of music you can play anytime/anywhere."
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"Part Tom Petty, part folk goddess with Dylan esque lyrics."
"As if Jeff Buckley and Norah Jones had started a band and went a tiny bit country."
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"As if Norah Jones and the late Jeff Buckley started a band and gone just a tiny bit country."
"Her songs unfold with style and subtlety, coasting over the album's lush, beautiful arrangements via LaBrie's gorgeous voice."
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"Shannon LaBrie is ready to rock. She scored a small hit with her 2013 record "I Remember a Boy," but her War & Peace: Songs from the Smokestack (LaBrie Records) is darker and superior. Its theme is one grown-ups recognize: things don't always go right. Sometimes that's by design. "It's Political" takes pols and promise-makers to task in a forceful song laden with pop hooks, contumacious electric guitar, and just a hint of punk. Then she brings it down to the personal level on "Alcohol," a tough song about trying to save a drunk but losing the lover/savior in the process. I loved the use of cello in the mix to deepen the pathos. Not had enough hard knocks? Check out her take on loss from a 13-year-old's perspective in "Heaven Crashed Down." This live recording of love, loss, and struggle takes no prisoners. The title track deals with the loss of her unborn son. Yeah—that kind of tough. Oddly, though, the album doesn't feel depressing. How could it with such bold instrumentation and Labrie's even bolder voice? Call this one gutsy, not gloomy."
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in Tom Griscom photo piece on Nashville's ever growing indipendent music scene
premieres official music video for "Alcohol"
“I wanted this video to feel secretive and hidden. I wanted it to look normal on the outside but devastating on the inside because, addiction is rarely so obvious. People hide it very well. This video image could be taking place in your neighbors house, your mothers house, your best friends house. This could be their lives every night. This video depicts only a small part of what many woman and men go through every day...alone. Ultimately, I want to encourage those who are ignorant of the effects of addiction to ask more questions and have more compassion. I want those who CAN relate to know they are not alone. We don’t have to live in that dark room alone for our entire lives. We can ask for help. There is hope!
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