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Bonnie Bishop - Ain't Who I Was
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Release Date:05/27/2016;Notes:Bonnie Bishop - Ain't Who I Was - Grammy-winning Bonnie Bishop will deliver her sixth album, 'Ain't Who I Was,' on May ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Release Date:05/27/2016;Notes:Bonnie Bishop - Ain't Who I Was - Grammy-winning Bonnie Bishop will deliver her sixth album, 'Ain't Who I Was,' on May 27th (Thirty Tigers/RED). Produced by Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell), the album features 10 new recordings, including six songs co-written by Bishop. "The fact that this album is done is nothing short of a miracle," says the radiant 5'10 brunette with her 1,000-watt smile. "Ain't Who I Was" is the result of me letting go of the dream that I'd built my whole life around: Music. "I was at a show at 3rd & Lindsley one night two weeks before my 35th birthday. I'd been on the road making music for thirteen years and I was still barely scraping by. I had no agent, no manager, and no prospects. The stress of all those years of doing it on my own had started to take it's toll and I felt an overwhelming sense of defeat. Then something just snapped. I felt like I was losing my mind. I ended up in the hospital that night after suffering from what the doctor said was a panic attack. He recommended I take some time off, so I went home, packed up my apartment and my cat and drove home to Texas the very next day. "I had spent a year-and-a-half killing my dream so when Dave Cobb said he wanted to make a record on me I was terrified. But I'd never had an opportunity to work with someone of his caliber, so I said 'yes,' in spite of my fears." 'Ain't Who I Was' is her most transparent album to date. Armed with songs from her years-deep catalog, she approached the recording process with the innocence, hope and trepidation of a new artist, but with Dave Cobb at her side. "You can hear Bonnie's soul and heart in every note she sings," says Cobb. "That's what attracted me to Bonnie the honesty and humility in her songwriting.";Track List:1. Mercy;2. Be with You;3. Looking for You;4. Done Died;5. Poor Man's Melody;6. Broken;7. Too Late;8. Ain't Who I Was;9. Not Cause I Wanted to;10. You Will Be Loved
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