Peggy James

December 06, 2020

Peggy James was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin but spent her formative years in the Southwest. This desert “Americana” flavor influences all of her songs allowing her song writing style to be both unique and eclectic. Her lyrics are honest and direct - shooting straight from the heart. Her voice, clear and sweet, can get tough and rock ‘n’ roll with the best of them.

Peggy has been referred to as being one of a small group of premiere female singer/songwriters worthy of national attention.

She has four previous albums to her credit. Her first two were produced by well known producer and guitarist Mike Hoffmann - "Help Me Out" and "Crossroad Moment.” Jim Eannelli, a veteran musician with decades of recording experience, took the production helm with “Joan of Arc” and “Nothing In Between.” Her fifth album "Paint Still Wet” will be released September 18th, 2020. In classic Peggy James style it crosses the borders of many genres with grace. From Pop/Rock to Ballads to Americana, Peggy's storytelling, melodies and lyrics create captivating journeys.

Having performed locally and in Nashville, Austin and Chicago, James has opened for BoDeans, Iris Dement and Salt Creek to name a few. From roots twang to world pop she continues to be a pleasant surprise to even the most discriminating Americana music fan.

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Listen to "Lighter Than A Feather" by Peggy James on Indieartst Radio

For more music from Peggy James: Apple Music | Spotify Music