Ruth Acuff

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Ruth Acuff
Ruth Acuff performing at Mojo's in Columbia, Missouri USA 8 Dec 2006.jpg
Background information
Birth name Ruth Acuff
Origin United States
Genres Folk, Indie
Occupations Singer-Songwriter
Instruments Harp, Guitar, Voice
Years active 2008–present
Labels The Nation of Love
Associated acts Rutherford, Jeff Mueller

Ruth Acuff is an American singer-songwriter and harpist. She is paternally related to country music singer Roy Acuff.[1] Her 2013 album, This is the Dream, was classified as "Indie-folk" with "echoes of Americana...as well as traces of an earthier form of chamber music." [2]

Albums[edit]

  • Paisley (CD) - Independent - 2011
  • Tree (CD) - Independent - 2012
  • This is the Dream (CD) - The Nation of Love - 2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ Painter, Chad (January 22, 2009), "The Acuff legend lives on from Roy to Baby Ruth", Columbia Missourian, retrieved April 10, 2013 
  2. ^ Danielson, Aarik (February 17, 2013), "Acuff draws the celestial and the common into conversation on latest CD", The Columbia Tribune, retrieved April 10, 2013 

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