Billie Sue | All the Pretty Troubles

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All the Pretty Troubles

by Billie Sue

Trouble never sounded so good. Wry, thoughtful observations done in folk, rock, jazz, blue grass and Latin, with layers of rich vocal harmony from a music teacher let loose from the class room.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Me and the Dragon
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2. I Met Job
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3. Maybe Someday
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4. Oh My Baby
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5. I Come to This Country
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6. Such a Pretty Trouble
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Billie Sue is a music teacher living in northern California. She honed her singer/songwriting skills in the clubs of New York and the cafes of Berkeley, California. She's sung in bars, parks, churches, on street corners in New Orleans, in department stores, and on stage. She writes and sings in several genres, from folk to rock to jazz, as well as serious old-time front-porch Americana. The words to her songs usually come first, inspiring the music. "All The Pretty Troubles" is her 6-track disc about love and other observations, served up with plenty of guitar, bass, drums, saxophone, mandolin, dobro, and layers and layers of vocal harmony.


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Julie Dinkins


I love Billie Sue's voice. It has such depth and power. I especially love I Come to This Country. The guitar is amazing! And I love the lyrics of Maybe Someday and Me and the Dragon. Man, her voice is something on I Met Job.

sharon lewis hall


Fourth listening, but I'm already a shower singing, junkie with "Maybe Someday" and "Me And The Dragon." These lyrics sneak up on me on me and hold me hostage, in a voice that's like some fine, suave, full bodied Merlot... Hypnotic and textured, lyrics which ripen with each sip.

Rosie Warda

Over and over
This is the type of CD that you'll be listening to over and over again! All of the songs are great, fingersnapping, fun renditions of Billie Sue's thoughtful and often humorous lyrics.
Make sure to pick up a copy now!

Deb Szarka


First time I've heard some of these. They all sound like they are coming from your soul. The voice is fabulous, Billie Sue. The best to you

Barrie Noe


Billie Sue has a rich, powerful voice. The song, I Met Job, haunts me, it's so beautiful. The mountain sound of Such a Pretty Trouble is incredible. I love it! The guitar on I Come to this Country is great. The lyrics to all the songs are powerful and the music is beautiful.

Baron Wolman

Can't Put It Down
That is, I can't turn it off. My CD is already showing signs of wear! I love everything about this album: the lyrics, the music and the presentation. Time to get Bille Sue out of the classroom and on to American Idol.