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Most recent release, Live at McCabe's (live, as The Susie Glaze New Folk Ensemble, 2019)
Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, Dar Williams
Own, covers, traditional
Susie Glaze and her band play likeable Americana. ((email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Not That Kind of Girl is the first we've heard
as Susie Glaze & the Hilonesome Band
Susie Glaze—vocals, harmony vocals
Herb Pedersen—harmony vocals (2, 10); 5-string banjo (6); acoustic guitar (8); lead guitar, resonator guitar (10)
A very likeable and sprightly folk/Americana record with some impressive singing. "Heartland" is a sad song that Glaze handles well, and her band is on point too. "That's how I learned to sing the blues" is heartfelt, and bassist Fred Sanders does a good job with the lead vocal. "Prisoner in disguise" is a ballad that Linda Ronstadt made famous, and this rendition is wonderfully poignant. It's a great album all told. ((firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Anna Maria Stjärnell for work on this entry.
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