Chris Andreucci Releases New EP “What Don’t Kill You”

December 2020 saw the release of Chris Andreucci’s EP, “What Don’t Kill You.” The Scottish musician, signed to Century Music Group, recorded the EP with the hope of moving to Nashville. Featuring prominent session musicians and produced by Taylor Swift’s producer, Justin Courtelyou, the EP perfectly showcases Andreucci’s country sound.

“What Don’t Kill You” is a collection of songs themed around love, loss and forgiveness. The mood ranges from upbeat (“The Only Love That Never Broke My Heart,”) to nostalgic (“Thunderstorms and Rain”) and bittersweet (“Tonight I’m Yours”). The deep tones and soul searching lyrics from the Glasgow-based artist reveal a maturity beyond his 22 years. Country fans will love it!

Words: Annabella

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Singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle dies aged 38

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Singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle has died aged 38, according to a statement on his social media accounts.

“It is with tremendous sadness that we inform you of the passing of our son, husband, father and friend Justin,” said the statement. “So many of you have relied on his music and lyrics over the years and we hope that his music will continue to guide you on your journeys. You will be missed dearly Justin.”

No cause of death has been confirmed.

Earle was the son of Steve Earle and took part of his name from the singer Townes Van Zandt.

Early in his career, he was named new and emerging artist of the year by the Americana Music Association.

Justin Townes Earle’s most recent album, The Saint of Lost Causes, was released last year.

Our thoughts are with Justin’s family and friends at this difficult time. May his music continue to be enjoyed by fans across the globe. A true songwriting talent who will be sorely missed.

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Jene Caster to Release Long Awaited Album ‘Turn Faith to Love'

Turn Faith to Love Album Art FINAL 500x500Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and produced by John Nicholson, ‘Turn Faith to Love’ is the wonderful new album from Jene Caster.
Jene Caster was born into a world where calling someone ‘an artist’ was said with disgust as opposed to admiration; where his mother disapproved of her son becoming the musician he is today. After an upbringing that taught him that music is an indecent career, Jene turned everything around when he was caught with a piano he’d painted on some paper sheets in a desperate attempt to teach himself the instrument. Jene began breaking into the music class room at school and teaching himself the piano in complete darkness from fear of attracting the attentions of the janitors and teachers. As he began to practice more regularly, the janitor started leaving the music room door unlocked until Jene had finished playing, she even said she liked his music.
‘Turn Faith to Love’ is a nine track album full of inspirational lyrics, catchy riffs and hearty harmonica. Beginning with a soft introduction, a finger picking section leading into a fuller sounding rhythmic guitar section accompanied by an easy-listening beat, ‘In Your Arms’ is a gentle song written with real passion. Not all songs are gentle though, songs like ‘Sitting on the Couch’ and ‘Lord, I Love You Too’ which both have a distinct foot-tap urging beat. ‘Turn Faith to Love’ is certainly an upbeat pop rock album with a religious twist, inspirational and motivating-this album is sure to catch the attention of Christian rock fans everywhere.
“Jene, you truly are a poet.”- Chip Davis, songwriter

Turn Faith To Love will be released September 16th