Let’s face it – sometimes the real world can be a bitter pill. If you’re looking for an artist that will take the often bleak reality of life and repackage it as a happy-go-lucky affair, then you may find better results on the radio or by grabbing the latest chart-topping sugary pop album. However, if you’re inclined to dig a little more below the surface and look for a connection to all that is authentic – then you’ve found a friend.
Courtney Bridges is no stranger to the human condition. With a style often compared to a hybrid of Sarah McLachlan and early Jewel, she is not afraid to tackle the intense and oftentimes painful subjects which bind us all together. With her characteristic delicate, yet passionate delivery, she thrives on those things which make us hurt. In her own words, “…in our darkest hours, music can be the one thing which reaches out, takes our hand, and guides us back into the light. Yet to guide us out it must first come and meet us where we are.”
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