This album is a collection of Texas songstress Brigitte London that includes songs from four albums, as well as four previously unreleased tracks, all Originals. She's been called a renegade, gypsy, outlaw, highwaywoman. Her songwriting and powerhouse vocals have attracted an A -List lineup of backing musicians live and on record that have included legends. The list includes members of George Strait's Ace in the Hole Band, Dale Watson, Redd Volkaert, legendary Waylon Drummer Richie Albright, Earle Poole Ball of Johnny Cash/Gram Parsons fame and even Bobby Keys of the Rolling Stones. She's released five albums and traveled the world with her songs. But despite urgings from Industry heavyweights, Brigitte London has remained Independent, determined to stay in creative control of her music. Her music transitions from outlaw country, blues, rock and folk in one fell swoop, with a fan base extending from country traditionalists to hard core rock and rollers.
London has returned home to Texas, on the heels of her infamous Spirit of the Outlaws shows in Nashville, where she worked in partnership with Robin Keen of Desert Star Media to bring Indie and Major label artists together from across the United States once a month to Douglas Corner, a venue known for bringing in Americana songwriters. "Nashville needed a strong dose of Indie power," London says. "That project meant a lot to me. It was a celebration of artistic integrity against an industry dominated by visual and audio commercialism. I gave it everything I had, and even though the change I was hoping for in the industry was not in the cards, I made friendships that will last a lifetime."
Returning home to the Texas Hill Country is seemingly an inevitable transition at this point in London's career. "I need to be around people who feel the way I do about music," she says. "I can fight the good fight better from here." And that fight continues, as London moonlights as Editor of Outlaw Magazine, a revolutionary online music publication with a variety of features, articles, reviews, and Media Channel. But despite the energy dedicated to the magazine, as well as mentoring new Artists and production projects, London's focus remains on her own growth as a songwriter and performer. "I will always live for my music, " she says. "It's who I am. I still believe the world can change with a song, because I know a song can change me."