Peace in Trouble
by Sunday wilde
Producer: Sunday wilde
Engineer: Greg Schultz
Recorder At: Thunder Bay
Mastered By: Indiepool
About the Album
Peace in Trouble by Sunday wilde
"She is a refreshing spirit, She writes great songs and I love that she doesn't try to sing like Janis." Harpdog Brown
Sunday wilde's 9th release is comprised of 11 tracks recorded on a real piano in her living room . Simple. You will find female tales of love, trouble, peace, worry, men, advice and friendships. The selections are bluesy, jazzy and have an old style intimate sound without guitar or drums.
Feature tracks on this are "Trouble " . The thing that follows us no matter where we go. The haunting song is accented by Harpdog Brown on harmonica. "Peace for Everyone" a gospel blues prayer to the world reminding us all that we are equal in our struggles, with joyful clarinet ending the album. "Too Damn Cute" a fun zesty blues boogie. "One Day we Will" inspired by Harpdog Brown's winter visit, a tale of a friend hoping to stay up late drinking whiskey with a brave man. All songs are written by Sunday with the exception of her version of Willie Dixons, Home to Momma.
The players include, featured guest Harpdog Brown on harmonica, Mac Givens on clarinet, Mike Carson on upright bass, Lex Riley on trombone and Greg Schultz engineering. The special art design cover was created by Seattle artist Joel Astley.
Sunday's previous releases have garnered worldwide accolades with radio play hitting number one on Siriusxm Radio, Roots Music Report in Canada and on the Earshot Charts across Canada for blues. She has received numerous nominations including Best Blues Album for the 2019 Independent Music Awards, Best Blues Song Voters Choice for the IMA, and finalist in the ISC for Blues. She resides in Northern Ontario where she continues to create and write.