Beth Preston | Little Mirrors

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Little Mirrors

by Beth Preston

A one of a kind classic! Punchy, lyrical and soulful folk-rock that strikes a chord of nostalgia. This is the highly anticipated 2nd album from one of the hottest up-and-coming artists from the Denver/Boulder area.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Wishing Well
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2. Spirits
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3. Everything Ever
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4. Take Me Home
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5. Jesse's Song
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6. Man of the Day (feat. Paul Kimbiris)
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7. Deep Cover
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8. Spell
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9. Enough
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10. Gentle Eyes
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11. Falling Away
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12. Sunrise in the Heart of My True Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Beth Preston is an american Singer-Songwriter and performing artist whose influences draw from the likes of Iron and Wine, Florence and the Machine, Joni Mitchel, and Jeff Buckley. Currently hailing from picturesque Boulder, Colorado nestled in the Rocky Mountains, she began writing songs and learning guitar when she was 8, and began performing her original music in her coastal hometown of Carlsbad, California at the age of 18. The garage-recorded album “Inside Fire” was released in 2005, following her first international tour with Australia’s multi-instrumentalist and folk-rock artist Xavier Rudd. The tour had helped young Beth break in her “sea-legs” as she performed at larger venues and festivals and with bigger headlining bands and audiences than she had ever had experience with. She began to develop her solo-career, and became daunted by the music business and the stresses of being an independent artist. After a 7 year hiatus from professional music and a bit of soul searching she felt ready to get back on the horse. Beth began a crowd-funding campaign to commence the making of her professional debut album. The campaign was mildly successful, and after a very long process of recording, scraping, re-writing, and re-recording songs, the independent album “Little Mirrors” was born. The album was recorded and co-produced by Phil Parker, recording artist and cellist for Gregory Alan Isakov and Brandi Carlisle.

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