Grace Askew | Wasted Lipstick EP

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Wasted Lipstick EP

by Grace Askew

With a little country in her pocket, jazz on her fingertips, and the soulful roots of her hometown close to her heart, Grace’s sound has evolved into a unique blend of different cultures, eras, and roots.but Memphis will always be her home and her muse.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Memphis Soul
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1. Ripen
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2. In 1,2,3
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3. Good As Gold
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4. Wasted Lipstick
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5. Swoop Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Grace is a 21 year old, 6th generation Memphian. After picking up the guitar at age 13, she immediately knew she had found the perfect vent to capture her equally strong passion for writing. Around the age of 17, she began to play publicly in churches, school events, cafes, and coffee shops...whatever opportunity she had to share her music. Growing up to the songs of Joni Mitchell, The Allman Brothers Band, Cat Power, and Al Green, Grace’s sound has developed into a unique blend of country, urban folk, and Memphis soul.

Studying under a jazz/bossa nova guitar teacher throughout high school and living in New Orleans for over a year, jazz came to greatly influence Grace’s sound as well. But the music soon called her back to the soulful/country roots of her childhood, and the music of Memphis quickly came into the foreground.

With a little country in her pocket, jazz on her fingertips, and the soulful roots of her hometown close to her heart, Grace’s sound has evolved into a unique blend of different cultures, eras, and roots....but Memphis will always be her home and her muse.


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Pete Brochet

Wasted Lipstick
What a treat to have caught Grace live at the Buccaneer in Memphis. Loved her live and bought the cd on the spot. The sound takes me back every time I listen to it. Have played it for 47 year old guys and my daughter's 21 year old girlfriends and by the 3rd song the reaction is the same. This is really good, who is this.
It,s Grace Askew and a real treat.