Whitney Mann | The Way Back Home

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The Way Back Home

by Whitney Mann

Whitney Mann's arresting, smoky voice adds a world-weary flavor to her songs, which are steeped in traditional country and wrapped in alt-country and blues.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Call the Cops
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2. Daddy
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3. I Said
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4. I Don\'t Believe
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5. The Fool I\'ve Been
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6. Why Don\'t You Leave
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Whitney Mann is a singer/songwriter based in Madison, WI who is equally inspired by Willie Nelson and Ingrid Michelson. She plays with a four piece band consisting of acoustic guitar, pedal steel, bass and drums and fits into the indie alt-country genre being made more popular by the likes of Jenny Lewis. Whitney recorded her debut EP, entitled The Way Back Home, in Milwaukee with producer J. Christopher Hughes (Cory Chisel, Miles Nielsen).

The Way Back Home is the culmination of two years spent writing songs, playing shows, changing band members, and finding ‘the right sound’. The right sound for Whitney is countrified folk songs with an emphasis on vocal melody, harmony, and aching pedal steel. The songs are sad, the lyrics ring true, and the emotion of Whitney’s voice can not only be heard, but felt.


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