I Like You

Christine Malcolm

vermont infused female acoustic songwriter with intimate vocals and a pop rock/ country-blues-grass sound

Christine Malcolm is a Vermont based singer songwriter. Influenced by a million different forces of music, including rock of all kinds, country, bluegrass, blues, pop and folk-female songwriting, she brings an intimate vocal and thoughtful lyrics to the table. Her current release- I Like You- is a pop rock/country grass recording exploring ideas of joy, love, recovery and just fun. Supporting musicians are some of Vermont's finest: Colin McCaffrey, Rudy Dauth, Bow Thayer, Chad Hollister, Seth Eames, Jess Zehngut, Fran Forim, Miriam Bernardo, Lesley Grant, Peter Riley, Django Koenig and Russ Lawton. Her 2015 Release, Crickets, Coyotes and the Big Yellow Moon- won the Tammie Award for Best Country Album.

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Crickets, Coyotes & the Big Yellow Moon

Christine Malcolm

Debut album by VT singer-writer-guitarist telling stories of small towns and big hearts with a blend of folk rock, country, blues and traditional style music. Soulful harmonies and lots of strings.

Crickets, Coyotes and the Big Yellow Moon is the debut album of VT singer-writer-musician, Christine Malcolm. This collection of original songs is an art project, a poem, a gathering of friends and ultimately- a reflection on life's journeys- always leading back home. Malcolm relies on a feminine perspective and a straight forward songwriting style to tell stories of joy, sorrow, family, small towns and big hearts. Her voice is soulful and subtle, blended in expressive harmonies with talented supporting vocalists, Lizzy Mandell, Miriam Bernardo, Lesley Grant and Jess Zehngut. Her music, an amalgam of countryish-bluesy-folk-rock, is a simple statement made vibrant by veteran musicians Rudy Dauth, Jeremy Harple, Dave Keller and Russ Lawton. Award winning producer, Colin McCaffrey, brings his musicianship and studio excellence to bear on this recording. McCaffrey's backing vocals and instrumentals are expert. His arrangements are lush and sonically resonant. It all comes together to make this first record a beautifully crafted compilation of tracks, each one rendering a protrait of life in the north country.

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Crickets, Coyotes & the Big Yellow Moon

Christine Malcolm

Debut album by VT singer-writer-guitarist telling stories of small towns and big hearts with a blend of folk rock, country, blues and traditional style music. Soulful harmonies and lots of strings.

Crickets, Coyotes and the Big Yellow Moon is the debut album of VT singer-writer-musician, Christine Malcolm. This collection of original songs is an art project, a poem, a gathering of friends and ultimately- a reflection on life's journeys- always leading back home. Malcolm relies on a feminine perspective and a straight forward songwriting style to tell stories of joy, sorrow, family, small towns and big hearts. Her voice is soulful and subtle, blended in expressive harmonies with talented supporting vocalists, Lizzy Mandell, Miriam Bernardo, Lesley Grant and Jess Zehngut. Her music, an amalgam of countryish-bluesy-folk-rock, is a simple statement made vibrant by veteran musicians Rudy Dauth, Jeremy Harple, Dave Keller and Russ Lawton. Award winning producer, Colin McCaffrey, brings his musicianship and studio excellence to bear on this recording. McCaffrey's backing vocals and instrumentals are expert. His arrangements are lush and sonically resonant. It all comes together to make this first record a beautifully crafted compilation of tracks, each one rendering a protrait of life in the north country.

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