Being a young woman in today's America holds many opportunities that weren't there for women 30 plus years ago. I hope "Workin Woman" inspires women (and men) to dream of what they want and work their butts off to get it. Life is too short to do anything less.
The 12 track album was recorded over a three week span in the woods of Aitkin, Minnesota on Tame Fish Lake. The acoustic guitar, vocals, drums, and saxophone parts were recorded by me. Electric guitar, bass, piano, harmonica, pedal steel, drums and mandolin were recorded by Martin Farrell Jr.. Three tracks feature the dobro man from outer space Chad Graves (of The HillBenders, Breakfast Sides) including the songs "Here In Kansas", “How to Drive Your Woman Mad”, and “Workin Woman”. Pedal steel player Mike Poholsky (of the Twang Daddies) is featured on three tracks including “Wanna Hear More”, “She Started Drinkin’ Again”, and Dreamin’". The album was produced by Martin and me out of our self designed recording rig that we call Tame Fish Studios.