Deep grooves meet honest lyrics. One Fine Day is Anderson's fourth and most riveting work so far. From the depths of humanness - to the heights of ecstasy - Lynn’s deep, rich, painfully sultry voice blankets the listener in an aural embrace. From the torturous pain revealed in the title track, outlined by Jennifer Batten’s roaring guitars, to the solemnity and transformation confessed in "Let Me Be Your Winter," Lynn consistently reaches deep within to pull blossoms from the mud.
The first single is Rolling Stones-esc pop song, "Stranger." Rich stripped down ballads showcase Anderson's vocal solidity (“Let Me Be Your Winter,” “What About My Heart?”)
Sexy roots-rock songs offer fans the passionate sound they experience live with Anderson’s fiery stage presence. (“Closer,” “I’m Not Gonna Beg”)
Anderson’s sex-tension grabbing rootsy R&B tune (“Love Voodoo”) features BB King’s drummer, Tony Coleman, and sexy co-writer and backing vocalist, Holly Leer.
Fans have come to enjoy Anderson’s knack for gathering A-list players for her recordings and live shows.
Jennifer Batten, roaring lead guitar (Michael Jackson, Jeff Beck)
Scarlet Rivera, violin (Bob Dylan, Keb Mo, Mary J. Blige, Indigo Girls)
Tony Coleman, drums (BB King)
Anderson has long been acclaimed for her rich and powerful vocals. Her songwriting has gone deeper and become even stronger with One Fine Day. Her personal journey through “the eye of the needle” brings her audience closer to her heart with legendary violinist, Scarlet Rivera weaving a soulful cry through Band of Angels.
One bonus track, Come to Me, is ONLY available with the purchase of the physical CD. Come to Me is not downloadable. Come to Me is sparse, haunting and breathtakingly beautiful.
Genres: Adult Contemporary, roots-rock, Americana, folk-rock