Part jazz, part folk, part blues, part Americana - Adie Grey's latest project, How To Find A Rainbow, is a collection of new songs written and recorded in Nashville. From the light-hearted folk-rock approach of "Like a Couple of Kids in Love" to the jazz polish of "Mr. Armstrong was Right" and from the social commentary of "The Gospel of the Hammer" to the basic low-down funk of "An Old Man's Darlin'", How To Find A Rainbow doesn't so much ignore strict musical definitions, as it looks for "those places where they start to blend together". "If there's a basic common denominator to all this, it's that it's music made by and for adults", says Adie
About the Artist
Adie Grey left her native Los Angeles in 1989 where she had worked with musical notables as diverse as Vonda Shepard, Albert King, Dian Shur and Reverend James Cleveland's Choir. Since moving to Nashville to pursue songwriting full time, she's also performed live with Jo-El Sonnier, John Hartford and Faith Hill, and has recorded with Pam Tillis and Martina McBride, among others. She and husband Dave MacKenzie started Hey Baby! Records in 1993. Adie's last album, "Grandpa's Advice", placed in the top 25 on the Americana chart and was later released in the UK on Demon Records. The title cut was featured on a compilation album from the nationally syndicated NPR radio show, Car Talk.