Friday, March 18, 2011

Eleanor Fye - Love Stays On

Love Stays On finds Eleanor maturing as an artist with creative and uplifting songwriting and production. Recorded in Nashville over a few days, the album features uniquely talented instrumentalists, among them John Jorgenson whom has recorded with a wide array of artists including Elton John, Bob Dylan and Emmylou Harris. With great support behind her, Eleanor explores peace and light on the other side of darkness with positive and upbeat songs exploring universal themes of love, trust and faith. Fye brings her classical and jazz background into the arrangement of the music cohesively mixing great elements of the past while incorporating new aspects of production further developing her sound.

Eleanor’s influences for this album include Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Mary Chapin Carpenter. With influences including some of the best female songwriters of a generation, Eleanor brings emotive and beautiful lyrics to her sophomore album, Love Stays On, setting out to make her most successful album thus far. 

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