EMILY RODGERS – ” I Will Be Gone “

Posted: February 15, 2021 in MUSIC
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 The new single, “I Will Be Gone,” is the title-track off her upcoming album out April 16th via Shimmy-Disc.

Per the press release: I Will Be Gone, which represents a collaboration between Emily Rodgers, her husband/guitarist Erik Cirelli and legendary producer Kramer, with whom she has worked for over a decade, was written and recorded in just six days. While the title track, “I Will Be Gone,” was fully formed before Kramer arrived, the rest of the album was written and recorded in Emily and Erik’s attic in Pittsburgh, utilizing lyrics by Emily and music by Erik. In addition to mixing, mastering, and producing the album, Kramer also serves as vocalist, bassist, pianist, and arranger, and the record belies an immediacy that is reflective of the time-limited nature of the recording process. Emily, Erik and Kramer plan to continue to write and record albums in this fashion, once the pandemic has passed and it is possible to be together again.

Emily Rodgers’s music has been compared to Mazzy Star, Cat Power, and Neil Young. Rodgers has shared stages with artists including: Magnolia Electric Company, Great Lake Swimmers,


Via Shimmy-Disc: New LP of songs coming soon from Emily Rodgers, an artist Kramer has been working with for over a decade. “This is her very best work. The emotional range of these new songs is immeasurable”, Produced by Kramer (Galaxie 500, Daniel Johnston, Will Oldham), who has praised her music in a number of interviews, calling her “a songwriter in the classic sense of the term.”

Mixed/mastered/produced by Kramer
Emily Rodgers-vocals, guitar
Erik Cirelli-guitar, mandolin
Kramer-vocals, bass, piano
Megan Williams-violin
Mark Lyons-percussion

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