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Almeda Bradshaw - Lovers, Wives & Mothers: A Western Woman's Voice (2015)

2-11-2015, 20:18
Music | Folk | Country | Pop

Title: Lovers, Wives & Mothers: A Western Woman's Voice
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: M2b Music
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Americana
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 58:01 Min
Total Size: 144 Mb


1. Heavenly Here With You
2. Colors in the Rain
3. Davy, Don't You Know
4. Cold as Clay
5. Rosa May
6. The Love of Lottie Johl
7. Hallie Lonnigan
8. Daddy's Bells
9. Crazy Mary
10. Parker Eyes of Blue
11. Somewhere in the Rubies Tonight

WESTERN AMERICANA / ROOTS MUSIC ALMEDA is one of Montana’s talented Western singer songwriters. Her love and appreciation for the western way of life is expressed in heartfelt songs that give voice to the westerner: cowboys, cowgirls, ranchers, farmers and more. A lifetime of writing and playing stringed instruments places her work above the ordinary. Clear vocals, a compelling stage presence and accomplished musicianship guarantee ALMEDA to be an audience favorite.
"I had to move EAST to find the WEST. Though raised a town girl on the Oregon coast, all I wanted was to be a cowgirl. I spent hours riding the range of my imagination in a swing set saddle and when tall enough, I threw a leg up on my family’s trusty propane tank and rode off into many a sunset."
Her family’s move to the country brought horses into ALMEDA's childhood and they remained a staple of her adult life. She raised her family in north central Montana, while breeding and showing performance horses, running 150 cows and operating a seed plant and feed business. She now helps train AQHA performance horses with her husband, former Marlboro Man, Merritt Bradshaw, on the Yellowstone River in Huntley, Montana.
A multi-instrumentalist, ALMEDA studied cello and piano through college, has a BA in Elementary Education and is self-taught on the guitar, mandolin and various other stringed instruments. She taught students of all ages to play strings from her former private studio and retail store, A Room For Music, in Big Sandy, MT. ALMEDA has written poetry, journals and songs since her teen years and has been performing at cowboy gatherings throughout the west for nearly two decades.
In 2010, ALMEDA produced two albums of original songs and poetry, Voices From the Range and A Way of Heart. Both albums were co-produced with ALMEDA by Chris Cunningham of the acoustic duo, Storyhill, at Basecamp Recording Studio in Bozeman with Montana musicians Britt Smith and Ric Steinke of Open Range adding instrumentation...

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