Album review: Abigail Washburn's 'City of Refuge' expertly performed
Abigail Washburn’s new album “City of Refuge” isn’t any one thing, but a montage of American(a) songwriting styles, from the soft-rock of “Chains” to the dots of bluegrass and old-timey music weaved between folk traditional and country structures. And Washburn’s natural diction and whirring voice is its leader.
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"City of Refuge" is out tomorrow (Jan. 11) via Rounder.