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India Ramey is a singer/songwriter from Birmingham, Alabama. The granddaughter of a Sand Mountain bluegrass and gospel musician, India was born with music in her blood. India grew up listening to everything from gospel choir, to Willie Nelson, to Pat Benatar to the Ramones. She went from singing Jesse Coulter tunes into a curling iron at age 4 to writing her first album, Junkyard Angel. Junkyard Angel has received much acclaim, including an Independent Music Award nomination for "Best Country Song" and India has developed a strong and loyal following after performing and promoting her music over the past two years. Never satisfied, India now brings us her sophomore album, Blood Crescent Moon. When you listen to her newest album, you will quickly realize how much Ramey has evolved as a singer and songwriter. Erring more toward alt-country, “Blood Crescent Moon” elegantly reveals India’s darker side, her favorite side. With its southern gothic mystique, haunting lyrics, driving rhythms and powerful vocals, “Blood Crescent Moon” has a definite intensity and swagger. “I don’t think people are going to see this one coming.” Ramey says of her newest project, and that’s a good thing.