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Michelle Leigh - Black Ink (2015)

29-01-2015, 16:45
Music | Country | Rock

Michelle Leigh - Black Ink (2015)

Artist: Michelle Leigh
Title Of Album: Black Ink
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: Self Released
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:31
Total Size: 87 Mb

1. Black Ink (3:52)
2. Shut Up Girl (3:01)
3. Blood Water (6:04)
4. Triple J (3:19)
5. All I Want (3:05)
6. What I Need (3:04)
7. Babydoll (4:01)
8. Friends With Benefits (3:27)
9. Again (3:25)
10. Lake Tahoe (4:07)

Her songwriting style can only be described as raw and honest. That honesty and purity of emotion comes straight from her life, her heart, and a genuine ability to put herself in other people’s shoes. Whether it’s the soulful longing that can be heard in “Friends with Benefits,” the venomous tones of “Black Ink” or the playful lyrics of “Triple J” – one way or another, you know she’s been there. In a landscape of mediocrity Michelle’s music has the unique ability to plainly speak to, and from, the soul.

The strength of her songwriting aside, Michelle really shines when she’s on stage. When you see her perform you know that's her home, that's where she belongs. With a voice all her own she’ll break your heart with a ballad and then heal it with a hard shot of whiskey and a strong backbeat.

This dichotomy of smoky vocals and driving rhythms is a perfect blend for country/rock. Her music hits you hard but never forgets to have a good time – just like Michelle.

When Michelle isn’t performing live she spends her time in Nashville working with legendary producer Dave Fowler and renowned engineer Rodney Good. Together they have assembled an all-star team of players for her next CD – from Charlie Kelly and Kent Wells on guitar, Dan Dugmore on lap steel, Paul Hollowell on keys to Jimmy Mattingly on fiddle, Andy Hull on drums and Roger Eaton on acoustic guitar.

Even though Michelle is a rising star on the Nashville scene she never forgets her roots. Coming from Bakersville, North Carolina (a small Appalachian town steeped in the tradition of mountain music and gospel hymns) she can appreciate either the simple pleasure of a front porch swing or a limo ride down Broadway. She doesn’t mind telling you she’s a “city-fied” country girl.

Michelle graduated UNC-A with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature with a minor in Sociology. She is active in The Salvation Army and Brother Wolf Animal Rescue charities, loves animals and prefers the sound of throaty American muscle cars over European turbos!

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