Music Review: On ‘Calling Me Home,’ Kathy Mattea sings eloquently about her native Appalachia
The album opens with a forlorn fiddle, feverish and fidgety until it finally settles on a D.
With that, the tone is set.
Bluegrass rarely gets more bluesy than on “Calling Me Home.” This is mountain music, sorrowful and restless and struggling to make sense of its surroundings and the way they’ve changed... READ FULL REVIEW
17 - Rockport, MA - Shalin Liu Performane Center - link
18 - Dover Foxcroft, - ME Center Theatre - link
Boothbay Harbor, ME - Opera House - link
Norfolk, CT - Infinity Music Hall - link
27 through AUGUST 2 - Asheville NC (Special Presentation) Swannanoa Gathering - link
29 - Nashville, TN - Grand Ol’ Opry - link
30 - Mountain View, AR - Ozark Folk Center - link
Kathy will be featured on GAC's "Out of the Box" this coming Monday, November 19 at 4:30PM EST time. Check it out here.
Listen to clips from "Calling Me Home"
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Concert Review Bluegrass Today
A Tribute to Hazel Dickens - - September 26, 2012
By David Morris
"Among my favorite moments: Kathy Mattea’s hauntingly beautiful a cappella performance of Black Lung ... read full review
WSM Radio Podcast
Kathy Mattea on Coffee, Country & Cody
Kathy Mattea on 650am WSM in Nashville, recorded September 4, 2012. Kathy joined us in studio to preview cuts from her new cd
"Calling Me Home" ... listen to podcast