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Deana Kay Carter (born January 4, 1966 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA) is an American singer-songwriter who records country music. She is the daughter of Fred Carter, Jr. She is known for performing barefoot, saying that it helps her relax enough to sing. Check our available Deana Carter concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Charming enough as a simulation of the moment when Nashville songwriters discovered hippie-dom, or at least connected with the agonies of songwriters such as Paul Simon, Robbie Robertson, Bob Dylan and Dolly Parton, Deana Carter's The Chain stands as a typically flawed covers record. What it offers is some amazing guitar playing from Carter's father Fred Carter Jr...
On her moving late-'90s gems "Strawberry Wine" and "Count Me In," Nashville singer Deana Carter became the foremost articulator of a rare genre: homecoming queen?turned-pophead. Carter grew up with a guitarist father who played sessions with Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and others, and those influences show. As naturally as an English professor's daughter might quote Milton, she recolors Beatlesque pop on the crafty sing-along "Liar" and the R&B-ish; ballad "Twice as Worth It...
Something is stirring in country music. Fuelled on the one hand by the success of O Brother, Where Art Thou and on the other by the declining sales of the sugar-coated, production-line mainstream acts, a new, tougher breed of independentminded female country singer is now emerging. Included among their ranks are the likes of Allison Moorer, Kim Richey and Deana Carter, and although none of them are what you'd really call alt...
for the catch in her throat as well as her well-schooled indifference to anybody's purist niceties ("I've Loved Enough To Know," "Before We Ever Heard Goodbye")
In 1995, when Deana Carter learned that her debut album, Did I Shave My Legs for This? might be shelved in the wake of changing personnel at her label, Capitol, the singer-songwriter called her father in tears. Fred Carter Jr., the noted session guitarist, told his daughter to relish the bad times because when her album finally hit, it would be tenfold more joyful. Finally released in '96, Did I Shave sold 4 million copies and established Carter as a star...
This singer ? who made an auspicious debut with 1996's Did I Shave My Legsfor This? ? has now delivered the musical statement of her career. Deana Carterwrote or cowrote all 11 tracks on The Story of My Life ? a few of them lilting and sexycoming-of-age songs, some of them sad but never self-pitying love songs,and every last one of them strong. Her arresting voice holds it alltogether with unassuming grace.
W.GIFhat seems like the thousandth moderate-to-high-profile covers album to come along in the past two years, Deana Carter's The Chain at least has a greater thematic purpose than recent offerings by Joan Osborne, Raul Malo, and Martina McBride...
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