Saturday, February 6, 2021

Feel Inspired By New Albums From Singer-Songwriters Joyann Parker and Susan Anders

Arriving February 12th is the sophomore effort from singer-songwriter Joyann Parker titled "Out Of The Dark." She start out her new eleven-track release with the slow-moving, alternative-country blues vibe of "Gone So Long" and the more electrifying guitar boogie of "Carry On," as Joyann's vocals are strong and fully in-charge. She showcases her soulful side with the uplifting sounds of "Bad Version Of Myself" and the nostalgic pop tones of "What Did You Expect," which just explodes with addictive excitement. Joyann's voice simply soars on the stark, acoustic blues of "Either Way," while "Dirty Rotten Guy" struts around with power and force. Joyann Parker finishes up her new album with the upbeat, swinging melody of "Fool For You" and the emotional ballad "Out Of The Dark. To find out more about Joyann Parker and her latest release "Out Of The Dark," please visit

A month later (March 5th) we have the arrival of the latest release from fellow singer-songwriter Susan Anders. Her new album titled "13 Women" is her fourth solo outing and was inspired by extraordinary women in American history. Susan begins her new album with the gentle, acoustic strumming of "Just Give Me Everything" and the edgier vocals of "Spell." She sings about the forgotten deeds of pioneering women like schoolteacher, Lucy Goldthorpe with "Open Prairie" and Julia Morgan, one of the first female architects, with the sweet melody of "Castles." Susan Anders picks up the tempo with the pop sounding "Girl You Never Knew" about the iconic historical figure, Rosie The Riveter, along with the soft-shoe shuffle of "Wave That Rocks Me," about sculptor Edmonia Lewis, who was orphaned and beaten for being Black. Susan closes her new album with the upbeat folk beat of "Walk This Freedom" and the powerful message of "What A Woman Can Do." To find out more about Susan Anders and her latest release "13 Women," please visit

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