Just Like A Rose: The Anniversary Sessions, Today Via Propeller Sound Recordings
Guests include Steve Earle, Buddy Miller, Rosie Flores, Paul Burch & more
UK Tour Dates, Performing at Glastonbury Festival on June 25
Beloved singer-songwriter Laura Cantrell has released her first in nine years, Just Like A Rose: The Anniversary Sessions, today on the Propeller Sound Recordings label.
To celebrate, Cantrell has also released the video for the album track “Secret Language.” Produced by Paul Burch and featuring the WPA Ballclub, Cantrell says of “Secret Language”: “I’ve long been a fan of Paul’s songwriting and the sound of his albums, so it was a delight to record old-school analog in his Pan American Sound studio in Nashville with his fantastic band, the WPA Ballclub.” Watch and share the “Secret Language” video Here
Just Like A Rose: The Anniversary Sessions features Laura’s longtime friends Steve Earle, Buddy Miller, Rosie Flores and Paul Burch, and was produced variously by Don Fleming (Sonic Youth/Teenage Fanclub), David Mansfield (Bob Dylan, T-Bone Burnett), Rosie Flores (Wanda Jackson, Janis Martin) with Ed Stasium (Talking Heads, Ramones), and Paul Burch (Lambchop, Ralph Stanley), and features musicians Mark Spencer (Son Volt, Lisa Loeb), Jeremy Chatzky (Ronnie Spector, Bruce Springsteen), Kenny Vaughan (Marty Stuart’s Fabulous Superlatives), Fats Kaplan (John Prine, Jack White), Dennis Crouch (Robert Plant, Diana Krall), and Jen Gunderman (Sheryl Crow, Jayhawks). Co-writers on the album include Mark Winchester (Randy Travis, Carlene Carter), Fred Wilhelm (Rascal Flats, Faith Hill), Gary Burr (Patty Loveless, Ringo Starr) and others.
Although the album was originally intended to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Cantrell’s debut album in 2020, recording was delayed due to covid restrictions. The new collection was completed in studios located in both the New York City area and Nashville.
June 15 – Jersey City, NJ – Fox and Crow Jersey City
June 23 – Leeds, UK – Brudenell Social Club
June 25 – Glastonbury Festival 2023
June 26 – Milton Keynes, UK – The Stables
June 27 – Sunderland, UK – The Fire Station
June 28 – Glasgow, UK – Saint Luke’s
June 29 – Hebden Bridge, UK – Trades Club
June 30 – London, UK – Union Chapel
July 1 – Woodbridge, UK – Maverick Festival 2023
July 3 – Birmingham, UK – Kitchen Garden Café
July 4 – Nottingham, UK – The Old Cold Store
July 5 – Manchester, UK – Night & Day Café
July 6 – Hassocks, UK – Mid Sussex Music Hall