'Not the Tremblin' Kind'

Scott Simon speaks with country singer/songwriter Laura Cantrell. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Cantrell now lives in New York City, where she hosts a country music radio show on WFMU. She's recorded her first CD, Not The Tremblin' Kind (Diesel Only records) last year to consistently good reviews. Cantrell's style is simple and harkens back to an earlier, more traditional era in country music.

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Not the Tremblin' Kind
Artist
Laura Cantrell
Label
Spit And Polish
Released
2000

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