Americana Highways is hosting this premiere of Lea McIntosh ‘s song “Tennessee Hurricane,” from her forthcoming album Blood Cash, which will be released via Shark Park Records on August 20th. The album was produced by Travis Cruse; mixed and mastered by John Porter; engineered by Peter Coleman; and recorded at InDigital Studios in Santa Cruz with graphic design and illustration by Marta Rondon.
“Tennessee Hurricane” is Lea McIntosh on vocals; Travis Cruse on guitar; Myron Dove on bass; Deszon Claiborne on drums; Eamonn Flynn on piano and Hammond organ; and Tammi Brown and Will Bell on harmony vocals. Listen to some powerful blues on the latest by Lea McIntosh in a lyrical rendition of the abusive downside of bad boys drowning their pain in their whiskey.
My Mom had a thing for them bad boys. They loved loud motorcycles, drinking whiskey, swearing and getting in fights. My early years were spent living in her shadow and sometimes I got caught in the crossfire. It was scary as hell and I won’t ever forget it. – Lea McIntosh
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