Susie Glaze & the Hilonesome Band to release ‘Not That Kind of Girl'Original Article
Susie Glaze & the Hilonesome Band “Not That Kind of Girl”Original Article
After three critically acclaimed CDs in the past 5 years, it is not surprising that Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band have created yet another memorable album. But Not That Kind of Girl is more than just “another.” It is, I believe, their best album yet...in part because this group keeps pushing their own boundaries...challenging themselves in terms of musical diversity, original songs and fresh interpretations.
Not That Kind of Girl - Susie Glaze and the Hilonesome Band
From the influence of Celtic folk, to the haunting echoes of the ageless voices from our Blue Ridge Mountain kin through the honky-tonk shadows of dusty West Texas taverns, Susie Glaze and the Hilonesome Band’s new album Not That Kind of Girl, produced by Herb Pedersen of Desert Rose and Dillards fame, have gathered stories in song that weave a timeless tapestry of the durability of the American spirit through the power of song.
"Cooking up one helluva Americana/Celtic gumbo this is a killer roots album that sets a new standard for the whole genre. A superstar in waiting, Glaze accepts the challenge to bring it and does an undisputed job of same. This is the kind of set that brings new fans into the tent. Killer stuff."
“If Susie Glaze were a newscaster, this crazy world would be a lot easier to take. On grisly murder ballads and carefree romps alike, the Tennessee native sings smooth and sweet, her voice like buttermilk pie. Having appeared on Broadway, Glaze […]
Volume 37/Number 74, January 14, 2013, MIDWEST RECORD, Lake Zurich, IL. CHRIS SPECTOR, Editor and Publisher Copyright 2013 Midwest Record SUSIE GLAZE & THE HILONESOME BAND/White Swan: Glaze and company have done a wonderful job of charming us in the […]
"White Swan" – Susie Glaze & The Hilonesome Band – inspiration of tradition and charisma of contemporary (January 23, 2013) www.folkwords.com Reviewer: Tim Carroll I’ve said it before, ‘new is easy different is hard’ – many artists achieve the former, […]
LIVE AT THE FREIGHT & SALVAGE COFFEE HOUSE SUSIE GLAZE AND THE HILONESOME BAND Hilonesome Music – March, 2011 By: Carl Gage, on No Depression The traditional “Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies,” the intro to this well-crafted collection […]
“With her band the Hilonesome, her strong heartfelt voice makes each song an engaging story worthy of listening and savoring. This concert recording captures the intimacy and powerful connections that can be made when an audience is in synch with […]
From Random Lengths, San Pedro, CA, March 25-April 7, 2011, by Noel Barr (exerpts):“I first saw Susie Glaze and The Hilonesome Band at the Grand Annex on 6th Street in downtown San Pedro. That evening was filled with great music, […]
"One of the most significant aspects of this latest Susie Glaze recording project is that it introduces the songwriting talents of bandmember Rob Carlson with such pieces as "Hurricane," "My Own Backyard," and "The River Road"…Susie is supported […]
“Susie Glaze is an enticing folk singer from California’s gold coast, possessing a sultry soprano vocal style that contains a distinct Jean Ritchie influence. “Home On The Hill” is her debut recording and includes material extracted from a variety of […]
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"…Pennsylvania Centre Stage's world premier production of "Singing the Moon Up" delivers the music and times of an American folk legend…Director Steve Rankin's adaptation of writings, songs and commentary by folk icon Jean Ritchie is rich, complex slice of […]
“Blue Eyed Darlin'” Winner Of 2006 Just Plain Folks Music Award for Best Roots Album! Review from BLUEGRASS UNLIMITED: “‘Blue Eyed Darlin’ is a wonderful collection of contemporary bluegrass music from an important voice on the California Bluegrass scene.” […]