Singer/songwriter Crystal Bowersox is set to release her sophomore album, All That For This, on March 26. Ahead of the album's release, GRAMMY.com has your exclusive first listen for the single "Till The Whiskey's Gone."
"I feel like I'm finally achieving a sense of balance in my life and it's making itself evident in my new material," said Bowersox. "My career is really still in its infancy and the possibilities are limitless. This will be my second studio album and I'm excited to see what happens."
Born in Elliston, Ohio, Bowersox draws inspiration from artists such as Aretha Franklin, Michael Franti, Emmylou Harris, and Bonnie Raitt, among others. She performed in small venues throughout Chicago before being introduced to a larger audience during the 2010 season of "American Idol." Bowersox was the season's runner-up and released her debut album, Farmer's Daughter, later that year. The album peaked at No. 28 on the Billboard 200 and features 12 songs written or co-written by Bowersox, including the title track. In 2012 Bowersox released a five-track EP, Once Upon A Time….
Produced by GRAMMY winner Steve Berlin of Los Lobos, All That For This includes "Till The Whiskey's Gone," "Dead Weight" and "Stiches," a collaboration with the Wallflowers' Jakob Dylan. Bowersox is currently on a U.S. tour, with select dates scheduled through April.
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