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Queen of Everything

by Patresa Hartman

Queen of Everything includes ten original songs delivered in what Hartman calls "soul folk" style--a descriptor for poetic lyrical content delivered with a rich soul/blues voice.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Queen of Everything
3:17 album only
2. Empty
3:42 album only
3. Wooden Chairs
1:58 album only
4. Rattle
3:28 album only
5. Dig
4:57 album only
6. Wild Things
3:36 album only
7. Time Again
3:40 album only
8. Rapunzel
3:53 album only
9. I'm Okay
4:07 album only
10. Wash Away
3:39 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Des Moines-based singer/songwriter, Patresa Hartman, didn't begin sharing her music with others until an open mic in 2011, attributing the late start to a long-standing bout with stage fright. Five years, hundreds of audiences, and two full-length albums later, the fear is gone, and you can find her playing venues across the midwest.

Hartman calls her style soul-folk. A rich, blues voice, serves as the vehicle for thoughtful, poetic lyrics. A percussive guitar player, Hartman's signature finger picking style serves as a rhythmic foundation for soulful melodies that hint at contemporary country and folk. But Hartman's roots in gospel and soul become apparent in her turns behind the piano.

"Messenger," a song off the first album, was recently chosen to appear on Carpe DSM (2016) a compilation of original songs from Des Moines based singer-songwriters. In November of the same year, Hartman was a feature performer at Little Big Fest, a local festival that headlines national acts.

Hartman released her first album, the only way down, in 2014, receiving praise. “Hartman’s a clever writer, an honest story teller and a beautiful singer. This is an album that begs to be played.” -- Chad Taylor, Cityview Magazine, September 3, 2014

Her second album, Queen of Everything, is set for release December 1, 2016. Listeners can expect a full band and greater production; Hartman's trademark vulnerable lyrical content and soaring, pleading melodies remain.



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