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Our Artist Discovery pick for March 2021 is the newest album from Tennessee’s own Valerie June – The Moon And Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers – on aqua swirl vinyl, available for members to add to their box for just $20! Valerie has one of the most unique voices we’ve ever heard, and we are absolutely thrilled to have this exclusive version of her beautiful new album available for you.
Valerie kindly answered some questions for us about her musical upbringing, what inspires her songwriting, what she’s been listening to lately, and more. Get to know her better and read on!
My father had a huge vinyl collection that burned in a house fire we had when I was a teenager. It wasn’t until I was gifted a collection of multi-genre music by the Fat Possum Record Label that I began my personal vinyl collection. It’s become an addiction since then!
Ernie K. Doe-Mother-In-Law is a fave of late.
I love my bathtub. It’s my office and relaxation-rejuvenation station.
Beverly Guitar Watkins throwing down on electric guitar at Red’s Juke Joint in Clarksdale, Mississippi. It was like seeing Hendrix. She played with her teeth and behind her head. It was so awesome!
Lavender Oil, Green Tea with Honey and Ginseng by Republic of Tea, Black Tea, L-Theanine, tons of vitamins, and my journals.
Listening to nature is the greatest influence on my music besides keeping space in the day for silence. The songs come when there’s silence and I always say that birds are the best singers.
When I listen to music, I generally listen to the same song on repeat for days or even weeks. Right now I’m back into Tina Turns the Country On! I love hearing her cover country songs and knowing that she was raised in a small town like me…Nutbush is only 30 minutes from Humboldt, Tennessee.
I’d collaborate with Bowie because he was otherworldly or Alice Coltrane because she was mystical.