Folk / singer songwriter / Country, Americana, Alt-Country,
years breaking from touring, the bug has hit me again -- in a BIG, big way. I am
100%+ back so let's get this party started!
for 2014 is underway for the following countries & regions:
ENGLAND, SCANDINAVIA, AUSTRIA, GERMANY,
SWITZERLAND and possible surrounding countries such as Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands,
France, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic etc...
I am looking for help with booking house concerts, theaters, acoustic clubs, songwriter/musician
series & spaces, festivals, radio spots to support them and anything I may have
You can help by sharing this with friends you think can help or by helping with a
show booking or tour in your region yourself, including a house concert in your
home/church/barn/neighborhood & more... Any and all help is very appreciated.
Please message my privately by replying to this message or writing: email@example.com
Really, really looking forward to getting back on the road. It's hard to even
articulate how much. I guess our trip home to America renewed my sense of freedom
and love for the road.
Love always your tumbleweed, Chris
music | bio | photos | tour
'Angel You've Come Too Soon' ...an absolute belter! She reminds me a bit of EVA CASSIDY
- and the early days of OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN'
" BRIAN CLOUGH, Smooth Country, SMOOTH RADIO (UK)
feel of Nanci Griffith." Sally Naden & Carole Turner, 'Ladies @ Lunch',
BBC RADIO LANCASHIRE
"Dust 'N' Branches...Songs from A Wanderer is the newest
release from award winning songstress, Christene LeDoux. Not since the days of Karen
Carpenter has there been such a crystal pure voice, seductively enchanting as it
leads the listener from one journey to the next. A world traveler, Ledoux captures
the essence of her soul's desires combined with observational experiences in another
stunning collection of songs that is sure to delight her current fans, and draw
in new ones.
With "Dust" getting extensive airplay in Europe and selling effectively in the United
States, LeDoux has solidified her stance as one of the world's top Folk and Americana
artists. One hopes the "tumbleweed" blows back into the States someday soon...
(Full review on ChristeneLeDoux.com)" Wade Phillips, Outlaw Magazine