Overview: Rachel Williams likes her country music with generous helpings of straight-ahead slow-burners, big rock hooks and Motor City-bred rhythm and blues. And it just so happens that the Michigan-born singer has the pipes to straddle the genre-bending territory between southern-fried twang, heartbroken balladry and chugging, bottom-heavy grooves. With Lonely At the Bottom—her second full-length album—Williams unites the styles she loves in a potent and mature artistic statement. In a day when most albums average twelve tracks or less, Lonely boasts a lavish sixteen songs.
"I was writing so much that I just couldn't bear to part with any of the songs—they were all significant to me for one reason or another," Williams explains. "I felt that the only way to get a true representation of who I am right now and the music that I'm doing these days was to include them all. It definitely ended up being better this way, because instead of the token 'one acoustic song, one power ballad, one party song, et Artist Site
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