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Ray Wylie Hubbard was a fan of Chelle Rose's obscure 2000 debut album, Nanahally River, and on a Nashville radio broadcast he expressed interest in producing a record by the much-overlooked singer/songwriter. Rose heard that broadcast, called in, and hired Hubbard to produce her long-awaited second album, Ghost of Browder Holler. The result features the kind of tough, Appalachian, hard country tunes you'd expect from such a collaboration. "Browder Holler Boy" tells the story of Rose's first love, who died young. Julie Miller's "I Need You" is given a loud and affirmative rendition. Ian McLagan of The Faces adds keyboards to "Rufus Morgan" and the affecting ballad "If I Could." "Alimony" fires up the electric guitars for a real-life tale of what a music career can do to a marriage. "Rattlesnake in the Road" shuffles with a rockabilly groove. "Wild Violets Pretty," with Rose's friend Elizabeth Cook on harmony, throws together a ukulele-inspired closer. 

Customer Reviews

Mike Chitwood

This album is fantastic start to finish, wonderful songwriting and that voice of hers is just beautiful!

Good and solid

Good and solid effort. Has a vibe that sounds like Lucinda Williams which is not a bad thing at all.

Great Album

The sophomore album from Chelle Rose is a departure from the music of her first. Life happened between the two, this record is a memoir of that life. If you value REAL music, not what music row says is good, buy this record. You won't be sorry. I promise.


Born: Lenoir City, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer and songwriter Chelle Rose (her first name is pronounced "Shelly") didn't pick up a guitar until she was 25 years old, but blessed with a sharp sense of character and narrative, and writing out of her childhood growing up in Appalachia (she was raised in Lenoir City in east Tennessee), she developed an intelligent, Southern gothic style that is somewhat reminiscent of Bobbie Gentry crossed with Lucinda Williams. Moving to Nashville in 1996, Rose further honed her considerable songwriting skills...
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