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Hurray For the Riff Raff (Alynda lee Segarra) is now based out of New Orleans, and the influence shows in her music. Known for her bluesy approach, Hurray For the Riff Raff most recently released an acclaimed country album. For her fifth swing at the study, Hurray For the Riff Raff has released a collection of covers that hold personal to her.
The source material is diverse — there’s a little Joni Mitchell on here, Hank, Lucinda Williams, and other greats. She’s also included two originals as well — attempts to continue the story where other writers left off.
Whether she’s singing a traditional folk song or pop, Segarra’s voice soars. She could rival Patsy Cline or sing circles around the folks she’s covering. This is a fantastic album.
Hailing from New Orleans, Louisiana, Hurray for the Riff Raff is a mellow, indie/folk/country/alternative band lead by singer/song-writer Alynda Lee Segarra’s lulling voice. In comparison to Young Blood Blues, their debut album, “Look Out Mama” retains a sense of melancholic yearning, but mostly feels more upbeat, with a more wild honky-tonk sound coming in at key […]
New Orleans-based, indie folk outfit Hurray for the Riff Raff was formed by singer/songwriter/banjo player Alynda Lee, a Bronx-raised, Puerto Rican troubadour who left home at 17 to ride the rails, and eventually landed in the Big Easy. After honing her skills on the washboard with a gang of train-yard musicians called the Dead Man’s […]