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Penne Sandbeck's musical territory is delineated by the heartbeat-like thumb of her Piedmont fingerstyle playing and her clear, innocent-but-weary vocal style. An architectural historian and North Carolina native, Penne brings to her songwriting years of traveling country roads studying small towns, meeting houses, churches, schools, and farmsteads--all the while with Mississippi John Hurt and Etta Baker sharing time in the car stereo alongside folk-rock heroes like Joni Mitchell and Lucinda Williams. Combining her musical influences with her life experiences, Penne sings about the South, and all about life.