Garrison Starr is set to release her new album, 'The Girl That Killed September' on October 18, 2007. Starr will reach her fans using mobile social networking technology. The technology will enable Garrison to schedule LIVE mobile performances, schedule Q&A with her fans (the technology allows for utilizing your cel to "raise your hand" rather than being on a party line where everyone speaks at once), keep fans informed via voice, picture and text messaging from Garrison and create affinity programs to offer incentives, promotions and co-branded campaigns.
'The Girl that Killed September' is singer/songwriter Garrison Starr's latest album and self-described "best work." The songs range from American rock to pop/alternative rock. Listen to the album and you will be an immediate fan of her voice, talent, and honesty. 'The Girl that Killed September' was produced in Nashville by Neilson Hubbard (producer for Glen Phillips, Matthew Ryan and Strays Don't Sleep) who also co-wrote on the album. This album is a joint venture between Garrison Starr and Sharal Churchill and is being released by Media Creature Music/12x12. The album will be available in October at retailers in the US nationwide including Borders.
Garrison Starr invites listeners into her visceral world by constructing an intimate portrait of contemporary life as experienced by a soul longing for meaning and connection and as a person dealing with love in many forms - physical and spiritual, lost and gained. A fearless performer, her audience always leaves reluctantly after getting a taste of her humor and humility. A native of Hernando, Mississippi, Garrison's southern background subtly peeks through her songs as she blends a pop/rock/alternative sound with her country vocal curl. First time listeners fall hard for her voice.
Tracks on 'The Girl that Killed September' include "Understood," (American Rock/Pop) "Byhalia Road," (American Rock/Ballad) "Spectacle," (Pop/Alt-Rock) "40 Days," (Adult Alt-Pop) "Unchangeable," (Alt-Pop) and "Brightest Star" (Alt-Pop/Ballad)
Garrison Starr's previous four albums were released by Geffen Records, Back Porch and Vanguard (2 albums). Garrison has performed with artists such as Rhett Miller (from old 97's), Edwin McCain, Mindy Smith, Melissa Etheridge, Steve Earle, Melissa Ferrick, Mary Chapin-Carpenter and played on the Lilith Fair tour.
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