Nashville-based musician Sierra Ferrell showcases her nimble, bluesy voice on a spirited, idiosyncratic blend of country, jazz, folk, and blues. After living as a nomadic touring musician for years, she put down roots in Nashville and recorded her solo debut. Featuring guest spots by the likes of Sarah Jarosz and Jerry Douglas, Long Time Coming saw release in 2021.
A native of small-town West Virginia, Ferrell left home to tour with a group of transient musicians throughout her twenties, setting up temporary bases in places like Seattle and New Orleans between shows at truck stops, on boxcars, and busking in city centers before settling in Nashville. Rounder Records then signed her based on her live sets. Produced by Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Gillian Welch) and Stu Hibberd (A Man Called Stu), her first album featured appearances by fans made along the way including Sarah Jarosz, Jerry Douglas, Tim O'Brien, and Billy Strings. Titled Long Time Coming, the debut arrived in August 2021.
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