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Peters readies new disc

Friday, January 9, 2015 – Gretchen Peters’ ‘will release her next album, "Blackbirds’" on Feb. 10.

Co-produced with Doug Lancio and Barry Walsh, and recorded in Nashville, the 11-track album features Jerry Douglas, Jason Isbell, Jimmy LaFave, Will Kimbrough, Kim Richey and Suzy Bogguss.

'Blackbirds' follows the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member and Grammy-nominee’s 2012 album "Hello Cruel World."

Peters has had cuts by artists including Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, The Neville Brothers, Patty Loveless, George Strait, Bryan Adams, Faith Hill and Martina McBride ("Independence Day").


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CD review - The Night You Wrote That Song: The Songs of Mickey Newbury Gretchen Peters' tribute to Mickey Newbury is a 12-song labor of love, which makes the strong case to never forget the works of this songwriting master. Peters, who has said her mother initially turned her on to Newbury's music, dedicates this album to her mom because she "loved Mickey's sad songs almost more than mine." With that said, though, not all these songs are particularly sad. One of Newbury's most famous songs is "Just Dropped In (To See What ...
CD review - Dancing With The Beast Informed by the renewed strength of today's woman's movement, particularly in light of recent cultural social and political upheavals, Gretchen Peters' "Dancing With the Beast" finds her sharing stories about loss, struggle, upheaval, tragedy and turmoil in ways that resonate with a common bond, though told from a woman's perspective. It's a powerful set of songs, mostly echoing a downcast perspective, but each comes across with both enlightenment and emotion, ...
CD review - Blackbirds Like many artists, Gretchen Peters turned to music in a time of pain for her eighth studio release, "Blackbirds." This 11-track collection is a graceful, yet unsubtle take on aging and mortality that is often dark and even unsettling. Black crows witness a murder amidst kerosene and fire in the title cut, and elsewhere, there are odes to the BP oil spill and the Nashville flood. During the summer of 2013, when Peters began writing songs for "Blackbirds, I attended three ...


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