Lauren Adams | Here Tonight

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Here Tonight

by Lauren Adams

Americana. Lush acoustic guitars, fine harmonies and beautiful melodies.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. El Milagro
4:05 $0.99
2. Wild Blue Yonder
3:19 $0.99
3. Don't Look Away
3:03 $0.99
4. Walking Wounded
3:39 $0.99
5. Fairweather Friend
3:56 $0.99
6. Here Tonight
3:19 $0.99
7. Love Is An Action
3:27 $0.99
8. All of This Time
4:12 $0.99
9. My Turn
2:45 $0.99
10. Waitin' On You
3:33 $0.99
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Album Notes
On first listening, "Here Tonight" leaves you wondering: "where have I heard this voice before?"

Sweet, sexy, passionate, beautifully rendered, clear and sensuous this voice has been there, done that and seems ready for new challenges. It's a voice shaped by life's inconsistencies and emboldened by the brighter prospects that tomorrow always seems to offer.

Artist Lauren Adams, in bringing us this debut CD, is right on when she writes and sings "My Turn," a paean to believing in oneself and overcoming doubters and dreamers that clutter the yellow brick road. It is her turn to go that far and the music and words she brings us are well worth the trip.

A litany...a lifetime. A year in the making - buying studio time off hours, relying on friends and fellow musicians who believed enough in her music to sit in, and a producer's unwavering faith and support-- "Here Tonight" is undeniably Lauren's Turn.

"...Adams roams the continent musically. You'll find her exploring the well-worn American inland where folk, blues and gospel predominate.....Adams aptly describes the gorgeous, dobro-laced El Milagro as a "rollin', drivin" song....a husky voice admits to disappointment but tough guitar strokes and bright piano convey the strength to survive." Sean Piccoli - Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel Oct. 13, 2000

"While Lauren boasts strong similarities to both the Indigo Girls and kd Lang, "Here Tonight" is a compelling dose of contemporary country folk that is upbeat and poppy enough to span a variety of formats."
Get Fancy Magazine Fall Issue 2000

Lauren Adams has a voice that soothes and is oh so easy to listen to. Americana, folk, bluegrass, pop, rock, blues, it's all in there Fairweather Friend leans dangerously close to gospel even. .... and the lyric messages hold their own against some great arrangements. Impressive song writing, and an impressive independent release!"
Elizabeth White,

"Of all the women I've played with..she's one of them." Albert Lee - Guitar God

"I truly hope that Lauren gets a chance to be heard by the powers that be in this industry. For her sake as an artist and for our sake-simply because it is great music."
Sheridan Eldridge - Producer

"We have a mandate for musical diversity, all styles and groups. Lauren's a great songwriter and her musical arrangements are great; she's a quality musician."
Carl Pacillo - Musician/Promoter/Club Owner "Alligator Alley"

Epilogue: El Milagro, a timeless story about love's lessons learned and resilience of spirit, has already received critical notices as a single, reaching #3 on MP3.Com in the Rock en Espanole genre. As well as "Wild Blue Yonder" being song of the day and reaching #1 on the AAA Chart! AND this update...Lauren topped the MP3 charts again with a feature in "The Women of MP3."



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