Since 2002, Vanessa Peters has released 7 albums and played over 1000 shows in 11 countries, opening for the likes of Rhett Miller and Sarah Harmer along the way. Her latest album, “The Burn The Truth The Lies,” was recorded at Treefort Studio in Austin by engineer Jim Vollentine (Spoon, Patty Griffin) and produced by Rip Rowan (Old 97s). The album's success led to Vanessa being nominated for Best Folk Act by the Dallas Observer, who have called her “the best kind of singer/songwriter.”
"She’s clearly an artist rather than an entertainer with her clear voice, lyrics worth listening to, and sweet, low-key delivery.” - No Depression
"This is one of those albums that, while not exactly reinventing the wheel, is so utterly infectious and full of enticing melody, it's more than enough to bask in the charm of something so life-affirming." - R2 (UK)
- "She makes bright modern music; ‘Grateful’ has the kind of chorus that crossover acts like Lady Antebellum would gratefully exchange their souls for. Her voice is her best weapon, it makes words smile even if they are melancholy." Americana UK
"...[it] is just a wonderful summer record, full of sun-dappled jangly guitars and choruses that are just begging to be hummed." - Heartache with Hard Work
"...it is yet another gem of an album, probably her best yet" - For Folk's Sake
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