28 original Abbie Gardner songs in pretty charts with lyrics and capo positions for guitar! Includes the following songs:
AFRAID OF LOVE, BANG BANG, BREAK IT SLOW, BURN DOWN THE CHRISTMAS TREE, COPPER PONIES, CRAZY IN LOVE, HELLO GOODBYE, HONEY ON MY GRAVE, HOPE, I’D RATHER BE, I’M A FOOL, IT’S YOU, JEZEBEL, JOYFUL NOISE, LAY DOWN YOUR BURDEN, LIAR, LONG ISLAND COWBOY, MIND OF A SOLDIER, NELLIE, OH MY MICHAEL, OHIO, SEVEN YEARS, SOMEDAY, SWEET GEORGIA PINES, TOO SOON, WHEN IT’S ALL WRONG, I’M SORRY WYOMING, YOU DON’T HAVE THE HEART FOR IT
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Grey unisex T-shirt with a reddish/brown pony and all the lyrics to the song Copper Ponies! Don't forget to choose your size. If you wear one to a gig it will make my day.
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This 2011 CD features Abbie's versatile voice backed by 3 types of slide guitar (dobro, lap steel, and National bottleneck) and a band comprised of not only her father, Herb Gardner (piano), but also her sister, Sarah Gardner, on organ. Ben Wittman (the drummer on Red Molly's James) locks in with upright bassist Craig Akin, who is featured on the first instrumental Abbie has ever recorded (a bass and dobro duet). The songs range from heartache to hope, from gritty lap steel to singing cellos, courtesy of Emily Hope Price.
"I feel like the songs revolve around Hope, both the song and the idea. Rather than having all hopeful songs, this CD reflects the glimmer of hope we all look for when in the midst of darkness." -Abbie Gardner, talking about her CD Hope.
The three songs—“Joyful Noise,” “River Carry Me,” and “Someday”—were self released in May 2016 on Noisetrade, iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. Jesse Terry and Abbie Gardner released the songs to promote their June 2016 Joyful Noise Tour.
Released in 2006, "Honey On My Grave" is Abbie's first full-length solo CD. It's a collection of mostly original songs that span several genres, from jazz to blues, country to bluegrass and folk/pop. Several songs were recorded live in-studio, though Abbie plays both guitar and Dobro on track 3 (Ain't Misbehavin). Pat Wictor is featured in a live duet on the song, "You Got to Move". This CD was recorded after only playing Dobro for 2 years, showing the early side of Abbie's development as a solo artist.
2004 Jazz Swing CD featuring her father, Herb Gardner on piano. This CD earned her an entry in the 2009 Hal Leonard book The Jazz Singers: The Ultimate Guide
2008 duo CD with Anthony da Costa. Real, Raw, and recorded in 3 days. Out of print, but available for download.