Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Live From SPACE (live, 2014); most recent solo studio release, Love Remains (2009)
Kind of in between Shawn Colvin and Sheryl Crow
Own, co-written, occasional cover
See album comments below.
Comments about live performance:
I arrived at the main stage on Sunday at the announced start time for Alice Peacock's set as the opening act for Elvis Costello, but she, too, had already started. She is a rocker, and a good one. Her lyrics seem more complex, or at least less high concept, than Sheryl Crow's. She plays both guitar and keyboards, and performed a fair number of covers along with her original material. My brief introduction to Peacock can be summed up by paraphrasing the old Remington shaver commercials: I was so impressed, I bought her CD on the way home. (7/03, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
Recommended for Alice Peacock or country fans
I honestly haven't listened too it too much, but so far it seems like pretty straightahead folk-rock...enjoyable but didn't blow me away. (email@example.com
2002—Aware/Columbia Records—CK 86404
Alice Peacock—vocals, acoustic guitar (2, 4-7, 9, 12), piano (1, 8)
Charley Drayton—drums (all tracks except 6)
I listened briefly to the Alice Peacock CD, but I didn't think much of it, standard honky-tonk sort of country. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2006—Universal Records—B0006864-02 DG02
Alice Peacock—vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, Wurlitzer
Andrew Williams—electric and acoustic guitars, 12 string electric and acoustic guitar, piano, horn and string arrangements, background vocal
I loved "Alabama Boy," the opening track on her self-titled album a few years back, but wasn't that impressed with the album overall. Who I Am has a similar folk-pop vibe but speaks far better to her talent. (JoAnn Whetsell)
The City Sessions Los Angeles Featuring Alice Peacock DVD was released in 2006.
Thanks to JoAnn Whetsell for work on this entry.
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