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Anne McCue
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  • Nashville, TN
  • United States
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Anne McCue has released her new album Blue Sky Thinkin' to critical acclaim. It is No. 1 on the Roots Music Report Chart and has been Top 20 on the Americana Chart since its release Feb 10th 2015. Anne will tour the UK and Europe in July 2015.

"McCue and co-producer Dusty Wakeman (Lucinda Williams, Dwight Yoakam) give the album a welcome contemporary polish. That sheen shines even brighter thanks to McCue's virtuosity on guitar, whether she's slow-strumming a rhythm on "Things You Left Out in the Rain," finger-plucking a nylon-string solo on "Dig Two Graves" or riding a subtle slide on "Long Tall Story" — her pickin' chops have garnered accolades from the likes of Lucinda Williams..." NASHVILLE SCENE

"McCue’s virtuosity is no surprise, but the ease with which she’s absorbed and restated the beating heart of swing music is impressive and thrilling." NO DEPRESSION

"... with references to Django Reinhardt, Billie Holiday and Gershwin, among others, this gorgeous album showcases McCue’s songwriting, torch-like vocals and brilliant, mostly-acoustic guitar mastery." ELMORE MAGAZINE

"A true depiction of McCue’s Southern charm, the album shines with a genuine bluesy, folk rock sound... Perceivably effortless, McCue continued to impress with a mastering of both guitar and vocals and at one point retrieved a sliding guitar for the song “Hangman.”" AUSTIN FUSION MAGAZINE

"McCue uses swing elements (last prominent in pop music circa the late ‘90s) and an elegiac New Orleans sensibility to create a cyclonic atmosphere, a controlled chaos of swirling guitar work and tempered horns resulting in an inferno of sound... Knock on wood, but Anne McCue’s time has arrived on what is her most realized album to date." THE SECOND DISC

"An Australian transplant currently calling Nashville home, Anne McCue took a musical detour on sixth album Blue Sky Thinkin’, a candidate for her strongest work ever. Known for her guitar prowess, she expands into jazz and swing in the style of Django Reinhardt and Charlie Christian, adding horns and keyboards for color." AUSTIN CHRONICLE

"Both the mood and the music lend themselves to imagery involving booze, bravado and bordellos, but McCue’s perky attitude and the colorful paintings that adorn the album’s cover suggest more of a mischievous intent." BLURT MAGAZINE

"... her own batch of standards on an album that sounds so authentic, you’ll be checking the credits to see which Tin Pan Alley tunesmith wrote them." LOS ANGELES MAGAZINE

"I decided to make this album all pre-rock 'n' roll," McCue tells the Scene. "I love that era where jazz and blues started merging together and rock came out of it like a prodigal child." NASHVILLE SCENE


"The sprightly album brims with toe-tap-inducing feel-good patina." NASHVILLE SCENE

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At 13:15 on January 14, 2009, rob ellen said…
Welcome . I remeber Bob Harris waxing lirical about your album, I'l most certainly play any content posted here on the Medicine Show.
looking forward to your music and comeradery, please feel free to engage with the groups and forums on site.
Rob Ellen
 
 
 

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