Laura Cantrell is a Nashville-born, New York-based country music artist. Since her critically acclaimed debut, 2000's Not The Tremblin' Kind, Cantrell’s music has been celebrated in The New York Times, “O” Magazine, Elle, and the Wall Street Journal, and has been featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” and “Weekend Edition.” She has performed on “A Prairie Home Companion,” “Mountain Stage,” and the “Grand Ole Opry,” and appeared on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” and Sundance Channel’s “Spectacle: Elvis Costello.”
Her most recent release, Laura Cantrell At The BBC, compiles the best of her UK radio performances from 2000-2005, tracing the arc of her rise as an Americana artist on the airwaves of the British Broadcasting Corporation.
“... she sings in a sweet, clear, purposeful voice...” —The New York Times
“…impeccable…a strong, confident, articulate woman determined to plough her own furrow—all the while reminding the country music business where it came from.” —The Telegraph