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March 19, 2012

“Hell No” Connects… Billboard Magazine Interview

Nanci Griffith’s ‘Hell No’ Connects With Occupy Movement

Nanci Griffith says her forthcoming new album, “Intersection,” is perhaps “the most personal” of her career. But she’s finding that at least one of its songs — the buoyant protest anthem “Hell No (I’m Not Alright)” — already has universal appeal. Read full story here.

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February 29, 2012

In Today’s New York Times- “Politics Sung With a Texas Kick”

Politics Sung With a Texas Kick LONDON — In the 15th-floor restaurant of the St. Georges Hotel with a slate-gray view of a cloudy London, the singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith seemed right at home last week, spinning jet lag into enthusiasm four days before beginning a tour in Northern Ireland to promote her 20th album. Read [...]

February 28, 2012

Nanci Griffith debuts at #1 on UK’s Official Country Album Chart

Nanci Griffith’s new album Intersection has debuted at No. 1 in the UK’s Official Country Album Chart. The new entry has taken over from Gretchen Peters album Hello Cruel World which has dropped to No. 2 after 4 weeks on the top spot. You can see the official UK Top 20 Country Music Chart over [...]

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February 24, 2012

The Arts Desk reviews Intersection

CD: Nanci Griffith – Intersection A mournful set of post-romantic songs finds the Lone Star singer-songwriter on intoxicating form… read full article here.

February 20, 2012

Intersection – Out Now in Europe

Nanci’s new album Intersection is out today in Europe and is already getting some great reviews including 4 stars in both the UK’s Daily Mail and Daily Express. Fans in the UK or Europe you can buy the album now from:     “Texan ‘folkabilly’ singer still going strong on 20th album” – Q Magazine “The [...]

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