MP3 Anna Fermin's Trigger Gospel - Things to Come
This Alt Country/Americana band''s first full length release, produced by Texas pedal-steel extraordinaire (and Dixie Chick dad) Lloyd Maines.
12 MP3 Songs in this album (47:07) !
Related styles: COUNTRY: Americana, COUNTRY: Alt-Country
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WHAT FOLKS ARE SAYING about ANNA FERMIN and TRIGGER GOSPEL
“Have you heard her sing? She’s great.” Jimmy Dale Gilmore
“...one of Chicago’s most treasured voices.” Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune
"This Chicago country-rock band evokes the emotions and honesty of classic country while keeping its sound fresh and original. And Fermin''s voice is just phenomenal.” Rob Thomas, CapitalTimes/Wisconsin State Journal
“Eschewing the rougher sides of the genre, [Anna Fermin’s] sound is sweet and true, equal parts twang and hook." Mike O’Cull, Illinois Entertainer
"...you''ll want to testify to the power of passionate country music." Country Music Today (https://www.tradebit.com)
"...a sweet, soulful siren who is impossible to ignore." Matthew Perrine, Duluth Budgeteer News
Named after an old Western novel, Anna Fermin’s Trigger Gospel reflects a spirited sound that intertwines hometown country and rock & roll with “a strong melodic-pop appeal.” (Holly Rushakoff, The Octopus)
Formed in 1997, anna fermin’s trigger gospel has garnered the attention and respect of critics and music fans alike, hooking audiences with their eclectic songs and rousing live shows. In the years this Chicago-based band has been together, they’ve shared the stage with an impressive roster of musicians including Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, Joe Ely, Robbie Fulks, Delbert McClinton, Neko Case and many more.
The eclectic influences of her bandmates, who include Paul Bivans on drums & percussion, Michael Krayniak on bass, and Scott Ligon on guitar & keyboard, have become the perfect compliment to Fermin’s stunning originals, "that smartly place her voice where it belongs - front and center.” (Monica Eng/Chicago Tribune)