Carrie Rodriguez: She Ain’t Me

She Ain't Me will be released on August 5th. The organic folk style of this sophomore release from singer-songwriter, classically trained violinist, and Chip Taylor collaborator Carrie Rodriguez is a slight departure from the twangier country sound of her debut Seven Angels on a Bicycle. Gary Louris of The Jayhawks co-wrote several songs on the... Continue Reading →

Carrie Rodriguez: She Ain’t Me

She Ain't Me will be released on August 5th. The organic folk style of this sophomore release from singer-songwriter, classically trained violinist, and Chip Taylor collaborator Carrie Rodriguez is a slight departure from the twangier country sound of her debut Seven Angels on a Bicycle. Gary Louris of The Jayhawks co-wrote several songs on the... Continue Reading →

Carrie Rodriguez: She Ain't Me

She Ain't Me will be released on August 5th. The organic folk style of this sophomore release from singer-songwriter, classically trained violinist, and Chip Taylor collaborator Carrie Rodriguez is a slight departure from the twangier country sound of her debut Seven Angels on a Bicycle. Gary Louris of The Jayhawks co-wrote several songs on the... Continue Reading →

Carrie Rodriguez: Seven Angels On A Bicycle

I believe I first heard Carrie Rodriguez on Folk Alley, then read the post about her at The Late Greats, and later discovered that she played Mountain Stage. Carrie's Southern keen at times calls to mind Kasey Chambers. She sings and plays fiddle on Seven Angels On A Bicycle, which also features Bill Frisell on... Continue Reading →

Carrie Rodriguez: Seven Angels On A Bicycle

I believe I first heard Carrie Rodriguez on Folk Alley, then read the post about her at The Late Greats, and later discovered that she played Mountain Stage. Carrie's Southern keen at times calls to mind Kasey Chambers. She sings and plays fiddle on Seven Angels On A Bicycle, which also features Bill Frisell on... Continue Reading →

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