Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Broken Promise Land (2010)
Own; occasional co-writing and covers
Anne McCue records solid, country-tinged rock. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
Koala Motel is the only one we've heard
Anne McCue—vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, cheatin' banjo, lap steel, trash can, string sounds
Dusty Wakeman—electruic bass, double bass, vocals
Dusty Wakeman & Anne McCue
Anne McCue records a solid, tough country rock and has a few famous guests along. She's more than capable of standing on her own two feet. "From Bakersfield to Saigon" chimes brightly and has a slight resemblance to The Pretenders' pop-rock sound. "Hellfire Raiser" is as tough and tender as its guest Lucinda Williams. "Sweet Burden of Youth" is sweet and sad. This is a solid, likeable record. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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