Dana Fuchs at Sellersville Theater 1894
Sat, February 17, 2024
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Dana Fuchs is one of the fiercest voices in modern-day roots music. She's equal parts soul singer and bluesy belter, funneling her own story into the amplified anthems and haunting ballads that fill albums like “Bliss Avenue” and “Love Lives On.” With her newest project, “Borrowed Time,” she digs deep into her southern rock upbringing, saluting the loud, guitar-driven sounds that sound-tracked her childhood years in rural Wildwood, Florida.
The new album gazes outward, replacing the autobiographical spirit of previous records with tracks that follow other characters' paths. To find a musical backdrop for those stories about beauty, suffering, and humanity, Fuchs let go of the reins and hired an outside producer for the first time. She found a "walking encyclopedia of all genres of music" in producer Bobby Harlow, who encouraged her to focus not on the genre-bending mix of influences that permeated her earlier work, but on the rock & roll that first captivated her attention back in the Bible Belt. ...