New music from choice songwriters
Minnesota-born songwriter Alice Peacock writes highly personal material that takes inspiration from the introspective women of a generation ago: Joni Mitchell and Carole King. Her recent album "Love Remains" is a timely and timeless collection of novellas that brings to mind the joy simple things and the prospect of a better world. Alice's abiding belief in the power of music is a constant. “Can music change the world?/ Yeah, I think it can,” she sings in “Forgiveness,” and she has a story to back it up. Boston's Anne Heaton has amassed awards and praise from critics, fellow artists, and fans with her songs that are by turns "tender, barbed, and spiritual" (Washington Post). Her graceful, vulnerable, and sometimes humorous pop-folk songs have captured audience imaginations for over a decade. Anne has opened for Jewel and played the Sundance Film Festival and Lilith Fair), and she was a featured artist on the New York Times Music Podcast. Anne's latest album is "Dora," a collaborative group of poems-turned-songs with poet Claire Clube.