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Nineteen Hours

by She Could Be Trouble

Blues, soul, gospel, rootsy funk-folk, with a twist of pop and a twang of old-school country combined into one delicious mix for the eyes and ears.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Will I Ever
3:45 $1.99
2. Long Range Forecast
3:33 $1.99
3. Little Lights
3:37 $1.99
4. I'm Movin' On
3:54 $1.99
5. Believe In
4:01 $1.99
6. So Hard
5:02 $1.99
7. More Than the Sun
4:22 $1.99
8. Angel
6:23 $1.99
9. I Was Wrong
4:35 $1.99
10. Three Wishes
5:30 $1.99
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Album Notes
Nominated for "Group of the Year" at 2016 Vancouver Island Music Awards!

These ladies are a force! Brodie Dawson and Tracy Riley are excited to collaborate and unleash this dynamic duo of heavy-hitting Femmes!

This potent mix of cross genres has been captivating those lucky enough to be a part of it on their current spring #TroubleOnFireTour! While these songbirds have graced many venues and delivered stellar performances in their own right…now they combine forces to drive you even further and leave you wanting more. The audiences have been blown away with the amount of talent on one stage. Blues, soul, gospel, rootsy funk-folk, with a twist of pop and a twang of old-school country is combined into one delicious mix for the eyes and ears, as they each take the lead, backing each other with funky bass, sassy percussion, tasty guitar, and luscious harmonies.

They are turning heads wherever they go...

About the girls:

Brodie Dawson

​Named ‘Vocalist of the Year’ at the Vancouver Island Music Awards in 2014, and Nominated for ‘Best Live Act at both 2013 & 2014 VIMA’s, Brodie Dawson ​has once again proven that breaking many of the established rules in music and staying true to her own style works. Her crossover through genres, blending of influences and her pure unmistakeable talent sets her apart and delivers something truly unique. It’s not often we find an artist that has you unable to look away while she effortlessly delivers a rawness and passion that stays with you long after. When asked what her style is, she can only say: “It’s soulful ‘bluesy’ folk, with a gospel funk, a twist of pop and a twang of old-school country "

Each of Brodie’s stories in song, is infectious and captivating and you hear a piece of your own story in hers…she hits the mark each time. Her latest single release ‘All This Time’ has had an overwhelming response, being nominated for ‘Best Roots/Folk Recording of the Year ' at the 2015 Vancouver Island Music Awards. It embodies all of what we have come to expect from Brodie Dawson and more.

So many have found a place in their hearts for this girl that speaks the truth through song. Brodie has been turning heads with her live show which has earned her a place in hearts of many new fans. She pushed her amazing sounds off numerous stages in 2014 including the main stage at SunFest Country Music Festival - playing to record crowds, The Filberg Festival, Folk on the Rocks Festival, and Serenity Music Festival to name a few.

Tracy Riley

​The fabulously dynamic Tracy Riley, who hails from Yellowknife, NT, has been beguiling audiences across North America for years with her soulful rich voice and off-grid humour. She leaves her trademark charismatic and percussive signature everywhere she goes. Whether performing on radio, on stage, or in the concert hall, Ms. Riley has kept company with some of the best; a list which includes but not limited to: Odetta, K.D. Lang, Connie Kaldorand Ellen McIlwaine.

She is a multi-talented musician who plays acoustic guitar, harmonica, hand drums and bass. She is a huge presence and is utterly captivating. Tracy is an entertainer and force. Her roots are folk with overtones of funk, blues and jazz which she delivers with her own truly unique percussive style. Whether performing an original or her interpretation of a classic ‘crowd pleaser’, Tracy leaves her signature all over it!
Don’t miss an opportunity to experience this woman who is guaranteed to fix what’s broke and even some things that aren’t.



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