On her latest album No Regular Dog, singer/songwriter/guitarist Kelsey Waldon shares a gritty and glorious portrait of living in devotion to your deepest dream. Revealing her supreme gift for spinning harsh truths into songs that soothe and brighten the soul, the Kentucky-bred artist ultimately makes an unassailable case for boldly following your heart. In a departure from the more guitar-heavy approach of its predecessor (a critically lauded album that landed on NPR Music's Best of 2019 list), No Regular Dog unfolds in a lush yet understated sound that lets the singular character of Waldon's songwriting and voice shine through each track. The album illuminates the immense depth of her musicality, mining inspiration from such eclectic sources as mid-century bluegrass, '60s soul, and '70s country-rock.
Over the years, Kelsey put out a series of EPs before making her full-length debut with The Goldmine: a self-released 2014 effort that earned abundant praise from leading outlets like Rolling Stone, who hailed her as "Tammy Wynette on a trip to Whiskeytown." Waldon's sophomore album I've Got a Way drew even more acclaim and appeared on such coveted year-end roundups as the Top 10 Favorite Albums Of 2016 list from Ken Tucker of NPR's Fresh Air, with its lead single "All By Myself" featured on NPR's Top 100 Songs of 2016 list. Several years later, she performed at the Grand Ole Opry with the likes of Sturgill Simpson and John Prine, who invited her to join the Oh Boy Records family while up onstage.
Kentucky singer-songwriter Abby Hamilton opens the show. With influences ranging from the classic country divas to Bruce Springsteen, she wins over audiences with her clever lyrics and entrancing vocals.
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