Luanne Hunt | Chapters and Verse

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Chapters and Verse

by Luanne Hunt

Enchanting tales of Americana in a musical setting of folk, bluegrass and country - Folkgrass. Luanne's singing voice has been compared to Alison Krauss and Nanci Griffith.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Where the Book Ends
3:31 album only
2. Suitcase Full of Songs
2:50 album only
3. Carolina Moon (shines Tonight)
2:42 album only
4. A Very Fine Life
2:34 album only
5. Friday Night Hero
3:09 album only
6. She Sang Hallelujah
3:42 album only
7. Carolina Country
4:03 album only
8. One Blanket
4:41 album only
9. The Sun's Comin' Up Over Memphis
3:40 album only
10. He Keeps Me Company
2:55 album only


Album Notes
Another page has turned in Luanne Hunt’s career. The singer/songwriter’s story continues with the 2006 release of her fifth CD, “Chapters and Verse.” The acoustic project, which fuses folk, country and bluegrass, is a collection of heartfelt tales about the lives of everyday people. Hunt co-wrote the ten tunes with several others.

Luanne’s vibrant and emotional vocals help the stories in “Chapters and Verse” come alive. From the upbeat “Carolina Moon” to the lover’s lament of “Sun’s Coming Up Over Memphis,” Luanne weaves tales of Americana most anyone can relate to.

Luanne first ventured into the recording studio in the late 1990s, producing a CD of seven country songs. The project, which was titled “Mood Swings,” received radio airplay on KIK-FM in Anaheim, Calif., and KCUB-FM in Modesto, Calif. The tune “I Don’t Bother Counting” was regularly played on KIK-FM’s independent music hour.

“The radio play confirmed to me that I could do well in the mainstream market,” Luanne said. “But I also knew I had a long way to go and a lot of learning and growing to do from an artistic standpoint.”

Luanne admits she has learned patience on her journey as an independent artist. She paid her dues and honed her talent by performing at coffee houses, private parties and county fairs.

Growth came in many unexpected ways. She discovered she had a knack for writing songs and began crafting tunes in every style -- from country, to folk, to Broadway to Christian. Luanne returned to the studio in 2001, recording a Christian CD of her original material.

That CD, “Lost In Your Love,” opened new doors for the spirited entertainer. Soon, Luanne was performing regularly at churches and for women’s groups, as well as doing public concerts.

Luanne recorded her third CD, “I’m So Happy!,” in 2003. That project produced the single “Just a Prayer Away,” which continues to receive airplay on AM, FM and Internet radio stations throughout the United States and Canada.

In 2004, Luanne became a speaker and singer for the worldwide organization Stonecroft Ministries. That same year, she recorded and produced her fourth CD, “Moving God, Moving Mountains.” In addition, she wrote a book of the same name to accompany the CD.

Although Luanne’s focus has been primarily in the Christian music arena, she is ready to expand her horizons. She says she loves folk and country music and her voice has always been a perfect match for songs like those on “Chapters and Verse.” Beyond that, Luanne hopes to continue inspiring others and spreading the message that life is full of happy endings.

“When I listen to this project, I feel a great sense of accomplishment,” Luanne said. “People talk about coming into their own and I definitely think that’s the case here. Many artists never find their true musical identities and I am so glad to have found mine.”



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