Nikki Talley | Live At the Altamont Theatre

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Live At the Altamont Theatre

by Nikki Talley

Recorded in Asheville, NC in 2012. Folk/americana singer-songwriter Nikki Talley and her husband perform originals, traditional folk songs and previously unreleased material. Nikki's signature big voice is on full display here.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Wade in the Water (Live)
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3:01 album only
2. Is It Wrong (Live)
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2:57 album only
3. Autumn Leaves (Live)
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4:15 album only
4. Railroad Boy (Live)
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3:08 album only
5. Eye On You (Live)
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3:28 album only
6. Beautiful Charmer (Live)
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7. Bid You Goodnight (Live)
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Raised in Ruffin, North Carolina and hailing from Asheville, it’s only fitting that Nikki’s music is as eclectic as the state that boasts the mountains and the sea. Trying to pin down Nikki’s style, critics and reviewers alike have compared her to Patty Loveless and Gillian Welch, but to leave the comparisons there would be doing a disservice to her fiery stage performance, hauntingly seductive and raw gritty lyrics, lifted by a voice that harkens back to her Appalachian roots, and shores up on the edges of contemporary country, folk, and old time that has her audiences stomping and clapping for more.


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