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At Home In This Town

by Beth DeSombre

Literate songs, inspired by tradition, complex but fundamentally optimistic; Americana without the angst. Smart and uplifting, focusing on the quiet meaning to be found in ordinary life.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. If I'd Known
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2. Crawfordsville, Indiana
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3. The Chicken Song (The Meaning of Life)
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4. Take Me To Tallahassee
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5. Leaving in Three-Quarter Time
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6. Fun Will Find A Way
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7. Cross That River
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8. Resolution
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9. Fiddle Player
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10. The Friends That I Need
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11. The Best Art
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12. Ex-Voto
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13. Many Paths
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Album Notes
Beth DeSombre (pronunciation: de-SOM-bree) sings new songs that spring from old traditions, telling the stories of people and places along life’s crooked highways. Sing Out! Magazine describes her songs as “smart and uplifting . . . focusing on the quiet meaning to be found in ordinary life.” Christine Lavin calls her songwriting “wonderful,” and the folk-pop duo The Kennedys laud her “catchy melodies and insightful lyrics.”

At Home In This Town, was released in November 2010. It was produced by Dave Chalfant and include backing musicians Tracy Grammer, Jim Henry, Pete and Maura Kennedy, Jenny Goodspeed, and Adam Sweeney. Beth's songwriting influences include Dave Carter and Richard Shindell.

Though she has played primarily in New England, she has begun touring in other parts of the country (and internationally) as well. Beth has opened for such folk luminaries as John McCutcheon, Rod MacDonald, Pete Morton, and the Nields, and played at venues like Club Passim and Johnny D's. Her songs have been honored in national and international songwriting contests, and she has made special guest appearances at major folk festivals (Boston, New Bedford Summerfest, Strawberry Park).



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