By Mandolin Cafe
February 9, 2011 - 9:00 pm
Burlington, Mass. — Rounder has announced a March 8, 2011 date for Sierra Hull's newest solo recording, Daybreak, Produced by Union Station bassist Barry Bales.
Daybreak is a much anticipated follow-up to Secrets, from 2008. On the new recording, Hull wrote 7 or the 12 cuts including her first western-swing number.
One of the most respected artists in the new school of bluegrass, Sierra Hull has received 5 IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) nominations in the past 3 years and is the first bluegrass musician to receive Berklee College of Music's prestigious Presidential Scholarship.
Easy Come, Easy Go
Don't Pick Me Up
All Because Of You
I'll Always Be Waiting For You
The Land Of Living
What Do You Say
Tell Me Tomorrow
Wouldn't Matter To Me
Previews of each cut are available on the Rounder hosted page for the recording.
Artist web site
Purchase: From amazon.com
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