Straight-up rocker Sarah Borges join The Broken Singles once again for her latest release "Love's Middle Name," which will be released on October 12th on Blue Corn Music. As the sound of women in rock continues to grow, Sarah has carved out a spot in the indie-market since bursting onto the music scene back in 2005. Her new 10-song release begins with the raw, in-your-face rocker "House On A Hill" and the grunge-like guitar melody of "Lucky Rocks." She showcases her softer side on the quieter "Oh Victoria" as you begin to draw comparisons to likes of Sheryl Crow and Liz Phair. She picks the energy back up with the rockabilly swing of "Get As Gone Can Get," then brings on the blues with "Grow Wings." Sarah Borges and The Broken Singles wrap up their latest release with the punk-like fury of "Headed Down" and the slow-down, country-rock ballad "I Can't Change It." To find out more about Sarah Borges and her band, The Broken Singles and their latest release "Love's Middle Name," please visit sarahborges.com.
Also arriving in September is the debut release from the Austin, TX trio, Nobody's Girl. The new album titled "Waterline" features 4 original tunes, a couple covers and a live version of the group's first single "What'll I Do." The group, consisting of Bettysoo, Rebecca Loebe and Grace Pettis showcase their talents on the country rocker "What'll I Do" and harmonize beautifully on the bluesy vibe of "Queen City." The album's first cover is of "Bluebonnets" (written by Raina Rose), as they slow the tempo down for this emotional piece of music. Nobody's Girl also display exceptional songwriting skills on the pop tones of "Riding Out The Storm," before closing their new album with a rocking version of Blondie's "Call Me" and an acoustic live version of 'What'll I Do." To find out more about Nobody's Girl and their latest release "Waterline," please visit nobodysgirlmusic.com.
From Nashville comes the latest release from country/Americana artist Mandy Barnett. Her new album titled "Strange Conversation" is her first in five years and also features a couple of special guests. Her new 10-song release begins with sultry sway of "More Lovin'," as Mandy wastes no time finding her way into your heart with this duet with Arnold McCuller. She picks the tempo up with the soulful, nostalgic follow-up "It's All Right (You're Just In Love)," before showcasing her bluesy side with the title-song, "Strange Conversation." The legendary John Hiatt lends a hand on the edgier feel of "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done," then Many delivers the gypsy shuffle of "All Night." She wraps up her new album with a sweet, emotional cover of Neil Sedaka's "My World Keeps Slipping Away" and the southern gospel rendition of the Andre Williams' original "Put A Chain On It." Many Barnett will be releasing her new album on September 21st. To find out more about "Strange Conversation," please visit mandybarnett.com.