Nashville-based singer-songwriter Caroline Spence just released “Mint Condition,” this month, and in celebration of the new album she will be performing at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall on Thursday, June 6.
Mint Condition follows Spades and Roses, a 2017 release which earned accolades from journalists and her peers in the songwriting community. In bringing Mint Condition to life, Spence worked with producer Dan Knobler (Lake Street Dive, Erin Rae) and recorded at his Nashville studio Goosehead Palace, landing a guest appearance from Emmylou Harris and enlisting musicians from Spence’s previous projects and live band. The album was mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Gary Paczosa (Sarah Jarosz, Parker Millsap, Gillian Welch).
Mint Condition is an album narrated by people in various states of searching: alone on faraway highways, restless on rooftops in glamorous cities, stubbornly chasing their deepest dreams against all better judgment. With her poetic clarity and precision of detail, the Nashville-based artist reveals the risk in setting out on an unconventional path, and subtly makes the case for living your own truth without compromise or fear.
Brian Dunne will be opening for Spence at Isis the same night to play his guts out and then stand by the merch table.
Tickets to the show cost $15. Purchase them online at www.isisasheville.com or call 828-575-2737.