CHICAGO READER: Valerie June settles into an inviting blend of blues, gospel, soul, and even Saharan guitar music on The Order of Time
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CHICAGO READER: Valerie June settles into an inviting blend of blues, gospel, soul, and even Saharan guitar music on The Order of Time

CHICAGO READER: Valerie June settles into an inviting blend of blues, gospel, soul, and even Saharan guitar music on The Order of Time

On her forthcoming album The Order of Time (due from Concord on March 10) Tennessee-bred singer-songwriter Valerie June settles into a more naturalistic groove, adjusting from her 2013 breakout Pushin’ Against a Stone—influenced by the heavy hand of producer Dan Auerbach—to something that feels morelike it belongs to her.  Read more here.

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