Joanna Ott | Machinery

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Machinery

by Joanna Ott

A captivating blend of her southern roots, piano-driven music, velvet voice, and creatively crafted lyrics, this solo album by Joanna Ott, member of sister trio Carter’s Chord, is sure to draw you in.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. A Thousand Faces
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2. Road Blues
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3. Machinery
3:38 $0.99
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4. Never Met You
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5. No
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6. Crazy With Me
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7. Party
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Joanna Ott grew up in Franklin, Tennessee surrounded by a rich heritage of music and legendary musicians. Her parents were members of Waylon Jennings band, The Waylors, who later morphed into The Waymore Blues Band. She began taking piano lessons at age 8 and developed a passion for writing good music. In 2005, she and her 2 sisters Emily Fortney and Becky Scott, formed the band Carter's Chord and were signed to Toby Keith's record label, Showdog Nashville (now Showdog Universal) from 2006 to 2012. They released 2 albums while signed to that label and toured the country promoting their music, including opening for Keith himself.

With her solo EP "Machinery," Joanna establishes herself as an independent artist and songwriter in her own right. Her lyrics put words to feelings we all experience, and yet each line is creatively crafted in a poetic way. Her music incorporates her southern roots along with her piano driven style, and each song is centered around her smoky, velvet voice. In addition to her musical heritage, she draws influences from artists such as Amos Lee, Patty Griffin, Jessi Colter, Ray LaMontagne, Fiona Apple and Lori McKenna.

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