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Suzanne Slair’s New Album, "Nowhere Road," Released This Week

Suzanne Slairs new album, Nowhere Road, released this week.  Album has contributions from many notable rock and folk musicians. West Hollywood, CA – October 10, 2017 – Americana-Rocker Suzanne Slair released her latest album, Nowhere Road, on October 6 on Shirley Boy Records. Produced by Grammy-nominated John Keane (Indigo Girls, REM, Widespread Panic) at his studio in Athens, GA, Nowhere Road is a collection of deeply personal pop-country tracks that touch on diverse themes—from sweet love in the breezy song “Firefly” and the tenderly affectionate “The Wedding Song,” the lyrics of which represent Suzanne’s real life wedding vows, to the lies and censorship of today’s mainstream media in her acerbic song “Smoke and Mirrors” where Suzanne pulls no lyrical punches. Suzanne’s songwriting style is direct and often straight from the heart. The catchy lead single, “Grace,” won a John Lennon Songwriting Award in the folk category.
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Suzanne Slair’s New Album, Nowhere Road, Released This Week

With contributions from notable rock and folk musicians







West Hollywood, CA – October 10, 2017 – Americana-Rocker Suzanne Slair released her latest album, Nowhere Road, on October 6 on Shirley Boy Records. Produced by Grammy-nominated John Keane (Indigo Girls, REM, Widespread Panic) at his studio in Athens, GA, Nowhere Road is a collection of deeply personal pop-country tracks that touch on diverse themes—from sweet love in the breezy song “Firefly” and the tenderly affectionate “The Wedding Song,” the lyrics of which represent Suzanne’s real life wedding vows, to the lies and censorship of today’s mainstream media in her acerbic song “Smoke and Mirrors” where Suzanne pulls no lyrical punches. Suzanne’s songwriting style is direct and often straight from the heart. The catchy lead single, “Grace,” won a John Lennon Songwriting Award in the folk category.



View the video for the single "Grace"




Other artists contributing to this album include:
- Nicky Sanders, Grammy Award-winning fiddle player from Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers, on the track “Stink Eye”
- Bridget Law (Elephant Revival) and Andy Carlson (who The New York Times referred to as a “demon fiddler”), both on fiddle on the track “Grace”

...and on various tracks throughout the album:
- John Keane (Grammy-nominated producer and musician on guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin, and backing vocals) and blues/rock singer-guitarist Caroline Aiken (on backing vocals)


The Nowhere Road release includes a special limited edition run of signed and numbered 12” clear red vinyl LPs, which includes a digital download, available on Suzanne's website HERE


PURCHASE Nowhere Road on iTunes HERE
or
on Amazon HERE

Suzanne Slair will be gracing the stage of the Red Clay Foundry in Atlanta, GA on November 10th, delighting the audience with selected tracks off this new album.


“I’m excited to be performing my new songs accompanied by an entire string section, as well as famed Atlanta folk-singer Caroline Aiken on backing vocals.” – Suzanne Slair

Tickets to the Red Clay Foundry show HERE


"The Nowhere Road Tour" will hit cities across North America beginning in November and continue throughout 2018, with stops in New York City as well as other cities across the US and Canada. New dates are being added to the tour schedule as they are announced.



For more information, including opportunities for interviews, appearances, and event press passes, contact Susan Russo of Four Chord Consulting at susan4chord@aol.com.

For high-res photos and album art, click HERE.



STREAM Nowhere Road on Spotify or Apple Music


About Suzanne Slair:
Singing and songwriting professionally since the age of 6 in her hometown of Calgary, Canada, Suzanne recorded and performed in hundreds of folk festivals and concerts at a very early age with international folk artist, Paulo (Paul Finkleman), and later studied voice in NYC under the Metropolitan Opera’s mezzo-soprano, Ariel Bybee. She composed and recorded musical scores and dance numbers for off-Broadway shows, then expanded her musical roots fronting rock bands and playing guitar at many NYC clubs. Suzanne later moved to Austin TX, where she developed a deeper connection to her songwriting. Never Return the Same was Suzanne’s first full-length album, produced by David Allen (Robin Trower, Black Label Society, Reverend Horton Heat, Stryper). Her first single, “Blind,” was released in January of 2016 and quickly became an underground hit. In 2016 Suzanne’s song “Grace” won a John Lennon Songwriting Award in the folk category. Her latest collection of songs on this release, Nowhere Road, is deeply personal and beautifully crafted, incorporating a blend of various American roots styles including country, folk, indie, bluegrass and R&B.



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