Mile Marker: Lydia LovelessBy Reverb Staff | June 8th, 2012 | No Comments »
Lydia Loveless has a huge, throaty voice hidden within her small, delicate frame. We were captivated by Loveless from the moment we first heard 2011’s “Indestructible Machine,” a rough-and-retro country record that’s a lot closer to the music of Texas saloons than the kind that’s spewing out of the Nashville machine. Loveless stopped by Uneven Studio when she was in town for a show at the Larimer Lounge on a snowy January day earlier this year, and laid down four charging songs. “Bad Way To Go” is a quick favorite, though the whole set is well worth your time. Stream and download at your leisure, with or without companion whiskey.
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