Marion Halliday | Walking in Tall Grass

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Walking in Tall Grass

by Marion Halliday

Drawing on her Kentucky roots, infused with the experience of urban living, Halliday crafts moving story-songs best characterized as urban-Americana. All delivered via her powerful, pure vocals, and the rich sonorities of her band, Trickster Sister.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cant Change the Truth
5:22 $1.99
2. Lost Things
4:32 $1.99
3. Resting on Laurel Hill
5:08 $1.99
4. Bullitt County
4:37 $1.99
5. Walking in Tall Grass
5:10 $1.99
6. Callahan's Song
4:29 $1.99
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Album Notes
Marion Halliday, and her band Trickster Sister, is proud purveyor of their own special blend of original, women-powered urban Americana music. The band is comprised of two sisters, Marion Halliday (guitar, vocals, songwriting) and Jane Halliday (violin, banjo uke, vocals),and their sister-in-music, Donna Bostock (bass/percussion, vocals). This all-women group brings together their diverse talents to create an enticing blend of indie, folk, and bluegrass musical styles, with lush vocal harmonies over-top.

A primary focus of the band is to cultivate original music written by Marion who has found great inspiration in the rich 400-year history of her current Philadelphia home, infused with her native Kentucky roots. She has crafted for the band a number of modern folks songs based on historical landmarks in Philadelphia, such as Laurel Hill Cemetery (Track 3 - Resting on Laurel Hill), the Eternal Flame Memorial at Washington Square (Track 2 - Lost Things) and Eastern State Penitentiary (Track 6 - Callahan's Song). She has also written a series of contemporary, contemplative songs that reflect on the challenges we face in our modern world - from the heroine and meth epidemic decimating rural Kentucky and much of America (Track 4 - Bullitt County), to the challenges of loving someone with depression and addiction (Track 1 - Can't Changer the Truth), to dealing with the struggles of failed relationships in mid-life (Track 5 - Walking in Tall Grass) - her music spans a range of topics and appeals to a variety of listeners.



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