"All of the songs are stories," Egnew states, "and each one takes you on an emotional journey into the country of the heart." Reviewers and listeners agree and have made favorable comparisons to such artists as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Martina McBride, R.E.M., the Indigo Girls, and Jim Croce. She also has been called "The Most Likely to Turn You into an Obsessed Fan" by Curve Magazine.
Writing, singing, and playing every instrument on "Red Lodge," Egnew went for an ethereal blend of sounds from her guitar, bass, mandolin, violin, piano, Tibetan bowls, flute, tribal drums, and percussion (castinets, chimes, tambourine, hand percussion on her lap, claves, guiro, fingersnaps, and even a cardboard box).
Although that sounds like a lot of instruments, there is an organic sit-around-the-
The title of the album came from the name of her favorite mountain town in Montana, her home state. "It's a small and intimate town," Egnew points out, "and I thought reflected the personal nature of the album's lyrics."
Personal. Heartfelt. Country. Folk. Music. Chronicle. Every one of those words describes the hair-raising feeling of listening to Danielle Egnew on "Red Lodge."
For more information, visit Danielle online at: http://www.danielleegnew.com or on MySpace at: http://www.myspace.com/
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