Can't Curse the Free. Jetty Rae. January 13, 2017. Exclusive Prime pricing. Can't Curse the Free. Jetty Rae has a powerful voice that brings you through a story in a song. If you enjoy listening to Norah Jones and Colbie Caillat alike then you will NOT be let down by Jetty Rae! "Can't Curse the Free" should be added to your must listen to music list for Singer-Songwriter and/or Folk.
Rae’s new album, Can’t Curse the Free, draws from her experiences untethered, meeting characters and soaking in iconic western scenery. There is such a inspirational severity in the western landscape. It captured my imagination. It’s her first full-length release in more than four years . Own one only 30 existing test pressings of Can’t Curse the Free. Signed and numbered by Jetty.
Artist: Jetty Rae. Album: Can’t Curse the Free.
Can't Curse the Free 02. Queen of the Universe 03. Take Me to the Mountain 04. Another Town 05. Still Gotta Fight It 06. Born to Rise 07. Coast to Coast 08. Nose Dive 09. In the Garden 10. The River MP3 DOWNLOАD :: CКАЧАТЬ MP. Tracklist - 01. Can't Curse the Free 02.
Jetty Rae. Jetty Rae in 2013. Can't Curse the Free (2017). Released on February 17, 2017 with a running time of about 39 minutes. The album was produced by Grammy award-winning producer Mitch Dane, with musical accompaniment including many of the members from the band Jars of Clay. It was recorded at Sputnik Sound where demoing, pre-production and tracking were completed in 3 weeks. The album was mastered by Chris Athens, Published by Jetty Rae LLC and distributed by Tone Tree Music
where Jetty Rae attended Charlevoix High School. Jetty's mother started a theater group, called the Ragamuffins, in which Jetty held many roles Following her graduation from high school she tried out for Juilliard but was not accepted. Jetty Rae eventually decided to attend the Youth With a Mission (YWAM) discipleship training school in Kona, Hawaii where she partook in 3 mission trips over two years to China, Fiji, and Australia . The 2nd single and title track from the 2017 album "Can't Curse the Free", released on January 13, 2017 to coincide with Jetty Rae's 30th birthday. The track has a running time of 3:28 and Rae cites the inspiration for the song as coming from her younger brother who asked her to write a song about someone.