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Florida-bred, Nashville-transplant Adrienne Young performs traditionalist-based bluegrass, folk, country and pop that skirts each genre just enough to keep things fresh and surprising. Her live performances are noted for their fiery eclecticism and Room to Grow, her third album, features several intriguing turns that span the century for their inspiration. “Sgt. Early’s Dream / Maids of Castlebar” is a traditional folk workout with Young displaying her adept banjo skills. Joni Mitchell’s “Free Man in Paris” sports an eclectic free-flow that’s close to Mitchell’s own free-spirit without coming off as a mere copy. “How is This World Better Now,” “Dark Around the Moon” and Dusty Owens’ “Once More” highlight an approach that owes a slight debt to Alison Krauss and Union Station’s sparkling bluegrass-pop lines. Adding to the intrigue, Young is joined by an impressive roster of guests: long-time conspirator, the multi-instrumentalist Will Kimbrough, banjo-pedal steel player Gordon Stone, Phish bassist Mike Gordon and bluegrass singer Dale Ann Bradley.

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Room To Grow

I saw her the first time at Merlefest a few years ago...she knocked me out with her stage presence and very well presented set and have enjoyed her "growth" ever since. Beautiful clear voice and interesting original stuff mixed nicely with traditional. Loved Art of Virtue and I think I like this one at least as much. Get all three CDs and enjoy the maturing of an artist.

Adrienne Young sure knows how to sing

Some songs are slow and beautiful, others quick paced or haunting and others just plain country. I think this song is great for all you country lovers.

Room to Grow = A Promising Future for Adrienne!

A fantastic follow-up to a wonderful and growing array of records. Adrienne's music is pure and refreshing! With such a diverse range of musical talent encompassing many genres, it's had to pick favorites. These are all exceptional songs: (1.) Natural Bridge, (2.) All for Good, (3.) Heartbeats, and (4.) Room to Grow. The more I listen, the more I like!... However, BE CERTAIN to check out some of her previous work. "My Love Will Keep" is a timeless gem, and Adrienne's cover of Jerry Garcia's "Brokedown Palace" really hooked me from the start. "Home Remedy," is another favorite. Adrienne, I am so happy to have discovered the gift of your music! Thank you!


Born: Tallahassee, FL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

Adrienne Young was born in Tallahassee, FL, but grew up in Clearwater, just west of Tampa. She moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University, partially to indulge her love of country music. Previously a member of folk-pop bands Big White Undies and Liters of Pop, her passionate singing, strong clawhammer banjo skills, and deft songwriting attracted attention when she won in the bluegrass category of the Chris Austin songwriting contest at MerleFest in 2003 for a song she had co-written with Mark...
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