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Alison Krauss’ new album Windy City is her first effort away
from her band Union Station since Raising Sand and her debut for Capitol
Records. The album features Alison performing 10 classic songs that she
carefully selected with producer Buddy Cannon.
Following Raising Sand, her platinum 2007 album with Robert
Plant that won six GRAMMY Awards including Album of the Year, and 2011’s Paper
Airplane with her longtime collaborators Union Station, which won the GRAMMY
Award for Best Bluegrass Album and topped Billboard’s Folk, Country and
Bluegrass charts, Alison began to feel the tug of inspiration.
“Usually it’s just all songs first,” she says. “It was the
first time I’d ever not had songs picked out, and it was just about a person.”
That person was veteran Nashville producer Buddy Cannon. Alison had always
enjoyed the occasional recording sessions she did for Buddy. But something else
happened when she came in to sing her lead lines on Hank Cochran’s “Make The
World Go Away” for Jamey Johnson’s 2012 album Living For A Song. “That was
absolutely the moment,” she says. “Wow! Buddy really makes me want to do a good
Buddy has used his playing, songwriting and production
skills to bring out the best in a wide variety of artists since the early 70’s.
He has written award-winning and chart-topping songs for artists such as Vern
Gosdin, Mel Tillis, George Strait, Glen Campbell, George Jones and Don
Williams. He has also won the ACM’s “Producer Of The Year” award and produced
albums for Willie Nelson, George Jones, Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Alabama,
Loretta Lynn, Kenny Chesney, and even Merle Haggard’s final solo album.