News Country 04/01/2018

Introducing Jodee Lewis "Buzzard's Bluff" Due Out April 2018

Introducing Jodee Lewis "Buzzard's Bluff" Due Out April 2018


New York, NY (Top40 Charts) As the music coming out of Nashville edges ever closer to the pop genre, it's up to artists like Jodee Lewis to carry the torch of traditional country. With striking arrangements that are the perfect vessels for her songcraft, not to mention a voice that is full of rustic mystique, Lewis is a writer and storyteller with timeless appeal.

Though a Chicago native for nearly two decades now, she was raised in Osceola - a town of 800 people in the Missouri Ozarks. Her childhood home was down a secluded dirt track, set amongst 190 acres of woodland, where days were spent running through the trees, building forts and secret hideouts. Each Labor Day would see the arrival of Rodeo Daze - 3 nights of rodeos plus parades featuring marching bands and kids racing turtles for money. These memories bleed into her songwriting

Lewis grew up in a household where Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings and EmmyLou Harris were fixtures on the radio. Her granddad, himself a guitarist in a band, also played his part by introducing her to the artists that he loved, such as Earl Scruggs, Patsy Cline and Lefty Frizzell. These country, honky-tonk and Americana roots still shine through in her own music.

Recently, Lewis has dug ever deeper, incorporating influences like Ray Price and Merle Haggard into her sound. It's all there on Buzzard's Bluff, her second album, and the follow-up to her debut, Whiskey Halo. Despite being billed as a solo record there's a true feeling of unity amongst her band, helped by the fact that they all met each other at church.

Named after a real bluff near where she grew up, Buzzard's Bluff is a fitting landscape for Lewis' songs of searching self-reflection. By looking back on a childhood where minding your own business was prized above all else she hopes to navigate the difficulties of being an adult, wife and parent. Returning to this place has also meant dealing with the tragic loss of her second child, Luke, which has had a very significant effect on her life and music.

On the album's title track Lewis sings "there ain't nobody gonna run in here and save me." But through the loyalty of her family and the strength of God's grace she has not only found salvation, but has created her most personal statement yet.

Buzzard's Bluff Release Date: April 6, 2018

Tracklisting:
Buzzard's Bluff
Though The Flood May Rise
It Ain't Killed Me Yet
Nothing Ever Really Changes
Cigarette Song
We Shouldn't Be Alone
Start Again Tomorrow
Missouri
The Redeemed of the Lord
A House That Was Never A Home
Peace At Last




Subscribe to our news via Email. Enter your email address:

Service handled via Google Feedburner.
Your e-mail address will not be shared with anyone



Most read news of the week
Elevate Your Experience - 12 Days Of Free Tidal - No Strings Attached
Monty Alexander At Bailey Hall January 20, 2018
Reggie Pittman/Loren Daniels Quartet - Smilessence
SiriusXM Presents Live Concert Lineup On New Year's Eve: Performances By Phish, Diplo, Kygo, Kaskade, Jimmy Buffett, Willie Nelson And More
Ceraphin Corporation CEO Werley Nortreus Want "Bon Dejeuner! Radio" In Haiti
Chance The Rapper And Colin Kaepernick Are Among DoSomething's 2017 Celebs Gone Good List
"All The Money In The World" Soundtrack Album Available Digitally On December 22, 2017
MVB Records' Dancehall Artist Keywee Readies Two First Singles For 2018
Ed Sheeran's 'Perfect' Is The New Year No 1 With Wham's 'Last Christmas 'At No 2 In The UK Singles Chart
Aaron Watson Wraps 2017 With Top 10 And Climbing Hit!
BrandSpins Acquires TONE Technology To Revolutionize Music For Advertising
Ignacio Berroa Trio At The Fillmore On January 6, 2018
Boston Fusionist Justin Piper Transcend's With His New Formable Second Offering Of Acid Jazz Discs
Craig Payne Is 'Rockin' On A Level Surface'...
EDGE Rings In The Holidays With Harry Connick, Jr.; Host Of Daytime Hit 'Harry' Headlines The Year-End 'Star Power' Issue




© 2001-2018
top40-charts.com (S4)
about | advertise | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.0074029 secs // 4 () queries in 0.0069069862365723 secs
Top40-Charts.com
Members Area
Latest charts