About the Artist
"Getting In Touch With My Inner Bitch" is singer/songwriter/guitarist Christine Lavin's eleventh solo album. She has won a NAIRD award, two New York Music Awards, four ASCAP composer awards, the Kate Wolf Memorial Award, and her songs have been performed by such diverse artists as the Dartmouth Decibelles, the Washington D.C. Gay Men's Chorus, and international chanteuse Andrea Marcovicci. Along with her affecting wit and musical talent, Christine is widely recognized for her tireless efforts to promote other songwriters and musicians.
Christine's song "Sensitive New Age Guys" was part of the Off-Broadway production of "A... My Name Will Always Be Alice." She is also currently developing a theatrical project of her own.
Christine's concert career continues to take her all over the U.S., Canada, and points beyond. She now performs wireless, enabling her, as she says, "to turn any size concert hall into a living room." When not performing or recording, Christine writes freelance ("The Washington Post"; "The Performing Songwriter" magazine) and is the occasional guest host for the popular "Sunday Breakfast" radio program on WFUV in New York City.
Christine Lavin fans always leave her concerts feeling happy, and if you listen to her new live album, "Getting In Touch With My Inner Bitch," you'll know why. Live performances from five different cities weave together to form an hour's worth of music, humor, and commentary as only Christine can deliver. She has added a phrase sampler to her wireless show, creating intricate harmonies and technical effects that put her on the cutting edge of acoustic guitar performance.