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Outstanding

I saw Valerie June perform on later with Jules Holland for the first time, and had ordered the album by the time she was half way through. That's a first for me - she's that good.

Working Women blues

This lady is going places - great song !!

WOW!

These days we are bombarded with new artists via every medium and with very few exceptions singers tend to always remind you of someone else. But then once in a blue moon you hear a voice which stops you dead in your tracks. Valerie June has such a gorgeous honeyed, achingly beautiful timeless voice, if there is any justice in the music industry she will be massive. Can't remember the last time I played a track back-to-back 5 times.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Blending folk, soul, blues, and Appalachian traditional elements into a refreshingly timeless sound that sits outside any particular musical era, Valerie June stands in a long and storied line of unique performers in Memphis, a city with a still vibrant music scene even into the 21st century. The daughter of a brick cleaner from Humboldt in the flatlands of West Tennessee, June took quickly to the various local roots music styles in the area, teaching herself guitar and developing her own stylistic...
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