With a steady sequence of highly acclaimed albums and an ever expanding fan base, Eileen Rose has established herself as a brave, eclectic artist who defies easy categorisation. Her richly melodic but starkly emotive songs, offbeat arrangements, rye, canny humour and electrifying live shows have gained her fans from Boston to London, Rome to Nashville. Now, with an extraordinary new collection of songs, Eileen is not only poised to release her best album yet, but is thrilled to announce that, she, along with collaborator/producer/partner in crime, The Legendary Rich Gilbert, in association with the Cadiz Music Distribution, will launch their own record label, Holy Wreckords.
Eileen’s new album, ‘Be Many Gone” is out now in the UK and will be available world wide in Spring 2014. The label will see follow up releases by The Legendary Rich Gilbert and is developing several, soon to be announced projects from other great artists throughout 2014.
BE MANY GONE
‘Be Many Gone’ was recorded in Nashville with a veteran band of star musicians including fiddler, Buddy Spicher (Bob Dylan, Linda Rondstadt, Emmylou Harris), drummer, Johnnie Barber (Merle Haggard, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Paycheck), bass player, Brad Albin (Vince Gill, Time Jumpers), and guitar virtuoso Rich Gilbert (Jack White, Wanda Jackson), known for beautiful pedal steel AND jaw-dropping telecaster solos. The record includes a fantastic guest duet with Pixies frontman, Frank Black/Black Francis/Charles Thompson, an album highlight and an honor for me. (Charles does not duet with many people.)