Deidre McCalla | Everyday Heroes & Heroines

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Everyday Heroes & Heroines

by Deidre McCalla

A vivid essayist with a powerfully uncompromising vision, Deidre McCalla's progressive folk/pop incorporates bold ideas and challenges music to be a medium for more than American myth making.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. All Over The World
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2. Outside
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3. Your Heart Left Long Ago
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4. Girl You Don't Know
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5. Each Time
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6. Everyday Heroes & Heroines
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7. If A Song Could Make You Stay
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8. Come Too Far
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9. Blessings
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10. Sing Me To Sleep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Deidre McCalla. Singer. Songwriter. Guitarist. Modern day troubadour. An engaging performer with a voice that delicately conveys both strength and vulnerability, Deidre's eclectic blend of folk, rock, country, and pop has touched the hearts and minds of audiences from Maui to Maine, college coffeehouses to Carnegie Hall.

A preeminent performer in both folk and women's music circles, Deidre McCalla has shared stages with a long list of notables that include Tracy Chapman, Suzanne Vega, Odetta, Cris Williamson, and Sweet Honey In the Rock.

Deidre came of age in the fiery blaze of New York City's folk heyday - a time when the clubs of Greenwich Village were filled with the likes of Dylan, Baez, and Ochs; a time when Motown ruled the top of the charts and the streets of America screamed with anger and civil unrest. All of these influences made an indelible imprint on an open and impressionable young mind. Her first album, Fur Coats and Blue Jeans, was released when Deidre was nineteen and a student at Vassar College. Upon graduating Deidre hit the proverbial road and has never looked back.

With five critically acclaimed albums to her credit, Deidre McCalla remains the indefatigable road warrior. An African American lesbian feminist, Deidre's words and music poignantly traverse the inner and outer landscapes of our lives, chronicling our strengths and weaknesses and celebrating the power and diversity of the human spirit.

EVERYDAY HEROES & HEROINES is available in digital download format only on iTunes Music, Napster, Payplay.fm, Rhapsody, a number of other digital providers, and right here on CD Baby.


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Mary

Everyday Heroes & Heroines
I can listen to her musi all day long.

Ed

One of her best !
Listen to the cut of; Sing me to sleep and you will quickly understand that you are dealing with a first rate singer/songwriter. I defy anyone to get through that song without being reduced to tears.
A must have for your Deidre McCalla collection.