Saskatchewan-born, Brooklyn-based folk troubadour Ana Egge isn't your run-of-the-mill alternative-country singer. Using unique production and rock-based chord progressions, Egge has made a name for herself as a Gillian Welch figure with a rocker attitude.
"Bad Blood, produced by Steve Earle, is folk-rock storytelling stained red and flush with madness. “Blood on the floor,” she sings sweetly on “Evil,” a standout on a set that’s as upbeat musically as it is chilling lyrically. Egge rocks harder than usual on “Driving With No Hands” and works her sublime lower-register on the Richard Thompson-flavored “Shadow Fall.” And her sprightly reading of Charlie Rich’s kiss-off “There Won’t Be Anymore” places her tuneful noir in a long American tradition." -ROLLING STONE