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A native of Austin, Texas, Carrie Rodriguez has established an impressive roster of touring, recording, and co-writing affiliations—Lucinda Williams, Rickie Lee Jones, John Prine, Mary Gauthier, Alejandro Escovedo, guitarist Bill Frisell, and others. Although she has issued three albums under her own name and enjoyed major label support for 2008’s ‘She Ain’t Me’, the release of her fifth studio album, ‘Give Me All You Got’, marks a giant step forward. And the songs—which she wrote, co-wrote, or handpicked from the repertoire of longtime collaborators—establish her musical identity more powerfully than ever before.
A key point in Carrie’s career came when she met veteran songwriter Chip Taylor (‘Wild Thing’, ‘Angel of the Morning’), who soon had Rodriguez touring and recording, and encouraged her to sing and write. After recording four studio albums with Taylor, Rodriguez made her solo debut in 2006 with ‘Seven Angels on a Bicycle’.
Her latest release ‘Give Me All You Got’ was produced by Lee Townsend, known for his work with Bill Frisell, Loudon Wainwright III, Kelly Joe Phelps, Crooked Still, and many others, and captured the band essentially live in the studio. With the new record Carrie says: ‘As a singer-songwriter, I feel like I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing. It’s a lifelong learning curve, and I hope I always stay as excited about it as I am now.’
‘…her voice—at full throttle on the album’s first single, ‘I Cry for Love’—is now her primary instrument.’ – The New York Times
‘Rodriguez at her freewheeling best, an inspired mix of passion and energy that captures the spirit of her feel-the-burn live shows.’ – Huffington Post
‘…her finest, most poignant and accomplished album in an already impressive seven year solo career.’ – American Songwriter