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Christine Kane - Right Outta Nowhere (2004)

Acoustic, Rock, Folk, Pop | Author: artmuss | 4-01-2018, 16:35
Christine Kane - Right Outta Nowhere (2004)Artist: Christine Kane
Title Of Album: Right Outta Nowhere
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Firepink Music
Country: United States
Genre: Folk Pop/Rock, Acoustic, Singer/Songwriter
Quality: FLAC (*tracks,cue,log,d.booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 46:02
Full Size: 278 mb

Christine Kane’s fifth CD is titled "Right Outta Nowhere," but Christine is coming from anywhere but nowhere. In a career that has spanned ten years and thousands of miles on the road, Christine has released four CDs on her own record label, Firepink Music. With growing record sales and increasing national exposure, her label is now a thriving business with its own in-house publicist and booking agent.

Christine’s last CD "Rain & Mud & Wild & Green" was named Best of 2003 (Folk category) by Borders Books & Music and was critically acclaimed by national and local press, from "The Washington Post" to "The Dallas Morning News." The raw mix of acoustic textures and rhythms, Christine’s earthy and elegant voice and her poignant lyric purity all combined to provide a refreshingly real work of art that has given her a place among the most popular touring acts in the acoustic world. Produced by Ben Wisch, "Rain & Mud & Wild & Green" continues to be a sales success.

Her new release, "Right Outta Nowhere" promises to continue the upward momentum with a full national radio and press campaign and is already garnering high praise from within the music industry. Produced by Christine and Dave Pomeroy, and featuring some of Nashville’s most prominent musicians, "Right Outta Nowhere" is a convergence of lyrical poetry, song craft, and acoustic perfection. Songs like "Overjoyed" and "The Good You Do" celebrate both the vulnerability and strength of the human spirit with haunting grace, while others like "Nowhere Left to Go" and "Whole Other World" (co-written with veteran hit songwriter Steve Seskin) leap effortlessly into the realm of mass market appeal. The end result is a testimony to an artist on the verge of deserved national recognition who comes seemingly "Right Outta Nowhere."

Rosanne Cash has said, "Christine’s voice and her eye on the world are a real inspiration and joy to me." In a career that has spanned 10 years and many miles, Christine has inspired audiences not only through her voice and songs, but her live shows have gained considerable popularity for the stories, humor and the fearlessness with which Christine connects with her audience.

From her debut release, This Time Last Year which introduced an exceptional innocence and uncluttered lyric style, to her last release, Rain & Mud & Wild & Green, Christine’s music has continued to reveal the many different sides of her artistry, her personality and her spirit. Produced by Ben Wisch, Rain & Mud & Wild & Green was named "Best of 2003" (Folk Category) by Borders Books & Music and was critically acclaimed by national and local press, from The Washington Post to The Dallas Morning News. The raw mix of acoustic textures and rhythms, Christine’s earthy and elegant voice and her poignant lyric purity all combined to provide a refreshingly real work of art that has given her a place among the most popular touring acts in the acoustic world.

Born and raised in Fairfax, VA, Kane (who now resides in Asheville, NC) has released five CDs on her own record label, Firepink Music (formerly Big Fat Music). With growing record sales and increasing national exposure, her label is now a thriving business with its own in–house publicist and booking agent.

In addition to playing the listening room and festival circuits, Christine is regularly invited to appear at conferences throughout the country as a keynote speaker, performer, and teacher. In this capacity, she has appeared with world-renowned artists and writers from other genres, including the best-selling author SARK, and Sister Helen Prejan (author of Dead Man Walking). She has taught two years in a row at the Swannanoa Gathering, and taught at both the Song School (Rocky Mountain Folks Festival) and at Americana Song School (Sisters Folk Festival) in the summer of 2003.

Christine also regularly visits Nashville where she has been co-writing and exploring the world of music publishing.

TRACKLIST:

1. Right Outta Nowhere (04:16)
2. Made of Steel (03:02)
3. Now That You Know (04:24)
4. I'm With You (04:31)
5. Overjoyed (03:58)
6. Nowhere Left to Go (03:12)
7. Four Legs Good. Two Legs Bad. (03:49)
8. Whole Other World (03:26)
9. Falling In Love With the Wind (04:24)
10. The Good You Do (04:20)
11. Mary Catherine's Ash Wednesday Journal Entry (06:34)


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