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Fit More Loving In Between
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Heartless Woman
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Talkin To Yourself About Love
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Button Your Lip
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Drove Our Love (Into the Ground)
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My Little Lone Star
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I Thought Id Die
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Nine keenly crafted gems--the songs on Bittersweet-- have a back roads intimacy that travels across musical divides

9 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Americana, COUNTRY: Country Rock

âHer songs are simply written with a mix of country, rock
and pop, stunningly delivered with âbeen-there, done thatâ wisdom.â âBuffalo Art Voice

Though she hails from New York City, singer-songwriter Karen Hudson sings from the heart of country rock.

Nine keenly- crafted gems are supported by smoky vocals,
a rock back-beat and a country flavor.
The songs on Bittersweet, Hudson's debut release, have a back roads intimacy that travel across musical divides. Like her greatest influences, Lucinda Williams, Nick Lowe, Neil Young and Patsy Cline, Hudson aims straight for the truth of the matter, in tunes tinged by love, loneliness, and the darkest caverns where a person's pain hides.

Karen Hudson has been writing and performing for several years, making the rounds through the New York City club circuit, including shows at the Baggott Inn, Lakeside Lounge, The Living Room, CB's 313 Gallery, Continental, Sidewalk, Acme Underground to name a few.

With its vintage feel and straightforward jukebox sound, Bittersweet is a modern cowgirl chronicle.
Songs like "Fit More Loving In Between" and "Drove Our Love (Into the Ground) are classic heartbreak tunes told with world-weary wisdom and humor. Crowd favorite "Nicotine" is the tale of a love (of cigarettes) that's gone up in smoke. The album's closer, "I Thought I'd Die" is as spare and dark as an old Hank Williams song.

"Life is funny that way. You get a little taste of everything. The hardships and darkness co-exist with the joyous and light."

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