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Missy Werner Welcomes Fiddler Suzanna Barnes to the Band

Suzanna BarnesOn the heels of her recent album release, Missy Werner announced the addition of fiddle player and vocalist Suzanna Barnes to the band saying, "I am delighted that Suzanna is joining us. She is a versatile musician, she adds an entirely new facet to our sound, and I look forward to working with her."

New Album of Heartfelt Bluegrass from Missy Werner

Turn This Heart AroundTurn This Heart Around is not just about family, or tradition, or even great music, though it is certainly all of those things and more. It is bluegrass at its core, always teaching, always learning, always sharing. It’s a father’s confidence that his daughter can learn on the fly. Turn This Heart Around is no album of covers, but rather the fruit of a community ideology of bluegrass music that reaches back many years, as vibrant today as it’s ever been, and Missy Werner’s voice owns every word and commands every note on this album. This is what she was raised to know and love. Missy is joined by special guests Sierra Hull, Sarah Siskind, Megan McCormick, Larry Cordle, and more. Songwriters on the project include Gretchen Peters, Bob Morrison, Paula Breedlove, Sarah Siskind, Eric Gibson, and others.

Missy Werner Ships New Album to Radio via AirPlay Direct

Turn This Heart AroundIn advance of the official July 1st release date, Missy's new album Turn This Heart Around is now available for download on Airplay Direct. Radio Broadcaster physical copies will arrive soon via HearthPR, who will be handling the promotional campaign for this release.

Missy Werner Announces New Album for July 1st

Turn This Heart AroundThe title Missy has chosen for her new album is Turn This Heart Around and the release is slated for an official street date of July 1st, 2014. Missy and her band look forward to sharing this set of recordings that will feature select cuts by the band and also some very special guests and songwriters. The Cincinnati area singer and bandleader Missy Werner is heading for the airwaves with the project’s second single, “Rocks In The River,” which has been made available to broadcasters via AirplayDirect. The song, an ode to enduring love, follows the album’s first single, “I Always Do".

The Missy Werner Band Releases New Single, "Rocks In The River"

Missy WernerIn tandem with the announcement of a July 1st release date for her latest album, Turn This Heart Around, Cincinnati area singer and bandleader Missy Werner is heading for the airwaves with the project’s second single, “Rocks In The River,” available today to broadcasters via AirplayDirect. The song, an ode to enduring love, follows the album’s first single, “I Always Do,” which reached #3 on the Bluegrass Today airplay chart late last year.

Missy Werner Releases New Single, "I Always Do"

Missy WernerAs she works toward the release of her next album, singer, mandolinist and bandleader Missy Werner is offering the public a sneak peek with “I Always Do,” a new single drawn from the project. The song follows on the heels of her last album, Three Kinds of Lonesome.

Missy Werner Releases Sophomore Bluegrass Project, 'Three Kinds Of Lonesome' Dec 6

Three Kinds of LonesomeWith one acclaimed album-the Dwight McCall-produced Drifting And Dreaming (2009)-already to her credit, Ohio's Missy Werner returns on December 6th with a sophomore project that highlights her ear for an outstanding song. Recorded at The Rec Room in Nashville, with award-winning engineer Ben Surratt behind the board, Three Kinds Of Lonesome serves up 14 selections that include under-appreciated recent gems, old favorites and brand-new songs from some of the best of today's bluegrass writers. And while a handful of guests-Mike Witcher (dobro), Aaron Till (fiddle), Ned Luberetki (banjo on "If I Fall"), Jennifer Strickland (harmony vocals) and duet partners Frank Solivan and Chris Jones-contribute to the music, the spotlight falls squarely on Missy's veteran touring band (Jeff Roberts, Tim Strong, Artie Werner) and on her expressive voice.

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