We don’t get a lot of soul music in the mag as much of what is released today is not particularly guitar inspired. But there’s always an exception and this is it. It’s been 14 years since their initial eponymous album as all five members of the band have been busy on other projects, but the time seemed right for this release for two years on the trot and she has been nominated yet again. On a listen to this debut album it’s clear to see why; it’s every bit as good in performance and production as anything from America. Great voice, excellent songs and top-notch guitar playing from Frank Mizen, Steve Place and Eddie Allen (who co-produced the album). We particularly like the dual guitar work on Ghost In My Radio, the tenor guitar on Queen Of The Night and the pedal steel on Once In A While. It’s exemplary country rock throughout. Nancy is always busy and puts a lot of effort into her stage shows so it’s well worth going to see her play live. If you like your rock with a country flavour make sure you check her out. You won’t be disappointed.