Cyndi Harvell is to release her new album, From The Echo, on October 12, 2010 via Fortune Records. Hailing from a small town in Georgia, singer-songwriter Cyndi Harvell has become a voice to be reckoned with.
With her first album, The Night Turned to Song, the indie artist toured the West Coast, receiving significant airplay on Americana stations across the globe and was a featured artist on Bay Area radio station KFOG’s Local Scene Compilation album.
Harvell has also performed several key gigs such as; San Francisco’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, the Gilroy Garlic Festival, and shows at the Fillmore, Slim’s, and Cafe Du Nord, among many others.
Harvell’s band consists of Cyndi Harvell (Vocals, Guitar), John Howland (Weissenborn, Slide Guitar), Mike Stevens (Drums), and Andrew Gibson (Bass). After Harvell sold most of her belongings at a flea market in Georgia and made the move to the Bay Area, there was no turning back.
She had embarked on her adventure to succeed. It was here that they were introduced to producer Jack Douglas (Aerosmith, John Lennon, Patti Smith, The Who, etc.). All of the sudden things were falling into place and what seemed like the scariest move of Harvell’s life had become one of the best decisions she had ever made.
The charming southern lilt in Harvell’s voice immediately draws you into her world and persuades you to look for the mystery within. Matched with Howland’s brilliance of weissenborn-style lap steel, the songs range from moody and acoustic to upbeat catchy pop. Harvell has a knack for subtle genre shifts, while always radiating that classic American flavor.
Visit CyndiHarvell.com for details about the band.