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About Amy Speace:
Amy Speace is an award-winning, critically acclaimed singer-songwriter living in Nashville, TN. Since releasing her debut album Fable in 2002, Speace has been a mainstay in Americana and roots music, earning fans in living legends like Judy Collins, notching award wins (most recently, a 2020 Americana Music Award for the title track of 2019’s Me And The Ghost Of Charlemagne) and building deeply felt, artfully constructed catalog comprising 10 studio albums. Speace’s 10th and latest album, Tucson, follows her much-lauded 2021 release There Used To Be Horses Here, an album that grappled with the loss of Speace’s father while also celebrating the first birthday of her son. On Tucson, Speace dives into similarly emotional territory, this time opening up about the trauma she experienced as a survivor of college date rape and her subsequent winding journey to finding peace and healing. Speace recorded Tucson with longtime collaborators The Orphan Brigade (Neilson Hubbard, Ben Glover, Joshua Britt). In addition to her work as a musician, Speace is currently earning an MFA in poetry and volunteers frequently with Songwriting With: Soldiers.
About Alice Howe:
A rising voice in modern folk, singer and songwriter Alice Howe offers a modern love letter to 60s and 70s folk and timeless blues. Originally hailing from Boston, MA, now living in Los Angeles, Alice released her critically acclaimed debut album, Visions, last May. Produced by Freebo with a stellar cast of musicians and recorded in Bakersfield, California, Visions features new originals alongside Alice’s interpretations of iconic songs from her family’s vast record collection. A young artist discovering her own power, Alice pays homage without succumbing to imitation.