LISA LAMBERT TAKES YOU HOME
COME ON HOME
Songs and Stories from Tishomingo County
Producer Kim Copeland puts together a team of master-class musicians to bring the singer/songwriter’s first Country/Americana album to life
NASHVILLE, TN –
Home. It’s where the people you know, the events you witness, and the things you experience shape your view of the world. It's the place YOU were made. This explains why Lisa Lambert’s first album of original works is filled with stories about the place she calls home.
Written by Lambert and husband, Scott Nunley, COME ON HOME – Songs and Stories from Tishomingo County, introduces listeners to the good, the bad, the sweet, and the bittersweet memories of life in rural North Mississippi.
Lambert’s roots are planted in folk and bluegrass music, but her songs fit easily into the traditional branches of Country and Americana music.
The first radio release, "Lipstick In Bed", is both sweet and surprisingly sexy. A fan favorite in her live shows, it has received significant airplay in North America, Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.
The second release and title track, "Come On Home", is the only inspirational track on the album. Three takes on the return of the lost child, the song has been well received by Traditional Country and Gospel stations in North America and across Europe.
COME ON HOME - Songs and Stories from Tishomingo County is available at
Music New Nashville says…
"A native of the beautiful state of Mississippi, Lisa Lambert is a throwback to a bygone era in Country Music. She takes you back to a time when people still sat on the resident porch during the afternoons in the summer, when a trip to the lake for a fishing experience was a bigger deal than the new video game on Xbox or PS3.
There’s a lot of fiddle and steel here, and it’s played beautifully by session masters Joe Spivey and Steve Hinson, respectfully. You can hear their talents throughout the disc, but especially on the romantic ballad “In Your Arms Again” and “Lipstick In Bed,” which takes the romantic element a little bit further. She adds the right touch of heart to the poetic “Eighty Trips Around The Sun” and the patriotic “Freedom,” which reminds us that though we enjoy it as Americans, it’s far from being free.
Though there are several sweetly sung moments on this disc, such as the heartfelt Gospel-ish “Come On Home,” where Lambert really scores is on the pain-drenched story song “Daddy’s Home,” which tells the story of the terror that a father evokes over his children. It’s the heaviest song on the disc, and I think that’s why it works so well. Sadness and tragic situations are as much a part of life as the good times. It’s a brilliantly performed story song,that she wrote with husband Scott Nunley.
Come On Home doesn’t contain any cool-sounding drum loops or hip hop grooves, but that’s for another audience. If you like Country Music small-town, dinner-on-the-ground style, this might be right up your alley!"
– Chuck Dauphin
Lambert and Nunley perform regularly as 2 MISSISSIPPI at intimate venues and house concerts.
For More Information or Booking, contact:
scott@LisaLambertMusic.com or call 662-293-0136