Solid country-rock, somewhere between Americana and grunge!
American lady with a resolute voice and lithe guitar style, now with her third CD 'Trinity Lane' out on New West. A strongly autobiographical album, where we already read that: 'Every time she wanted a man, she picked up her guitar. Every time she wanted a drink, she picked up her guitar.'
Superbly strumming support-act will be American Christopher Paul Stelling. In our ABSalon for the first time just last year and we already find out then that: “This modern troubadour (who resides in Brooklyn N.Y.) has already released 3 albums, of which the latest in 2015 on the famed Anti- Records (see: Tom Waits, Wilco, Daniel Lanois,…). Nestled in American folk-roots but with a broad view of the rest of the world, this fingerpicking singer-songwriter writes songs that deeply touch your soul. Christopher Paul Stelling is living proof that music can bring comfort in dark times. “
For fans of Jason Isbell, Chuck Prophet, The Americans and euh, John Hiatt!
In the press 'She keeps the family tradition alive, mixing Southern influences - Americana, folk and left-of-center country - with a raw approach that’s better suited to the garage than the saloon.'- Rolling Stone
‘Going to be one for the books' – Paste about Trinity Lane
Fun fact Indeed, the daughter of John, she also has a song entitled 'Somebody's daughter'.