Drawing from her Southern roots, her style is a blend of soulful & bluesy folk coupled with a witty, gritty, classic country sensibility, inspired by the outlaw tradition, and deeply rooted in story songs and talking blues, driven by strong female characters who tell it like it is and don't take shit.
With a rafter reaching voice and crazily charismatic stage presence, she’s equally at home in a Biker Bar or under a Proscenium Arch. You can find her playing, touring the country solo, as well as with her band, in her adopted hometown of NYC.
Part Patsy, Part Dolly, and all heart, her debut studio album “You Can Call Me Darlin’ If You Want” is out now on NYC based Velvet Elk Records.
+ Patrick Duff & Heather McClelland