Photo by Angelina Castillo
Last spring Ashley Monroe took to the intimate stage of the Blue Room at musician-producer Jack White’s Third Man Records to play songs , some from from her upcoming album, The Blade, to a room of mostly industry folks in Nashville for the annual Music Biz (Music Business Association) conference.
Monroe is the name, and she’s no stranger to the stage of our Blue room. The first time Ashley Monroe sang at Third Man Records, it was with Wanda Jackson for her “Live at Third Man Records,” LP released as part of Third Man Records’ Vault Package #9.
The next time she sang at Third Man Records, it was with Willie Nelson for his special 80th Birthday CMT Crossroads Live at Third Man Records performance, released as Vault Package #17. The last time Ashley Monroe sang at Third Man Records, it was May 2015 to record her very own Live at Third Man Records 12″ LP, recorded direct-to-acetate in the Blue Room.
Monroe first worked with White when she sang, alongside Ricky Skaggs. on The Raconteurs song ‘Old Enough.’
‘Like a Rose’ is from Monroe’s second studio album. This version can found on ‘Ashley Monroe – Live At Third Man Records” is available for pre-order now. The record will be released and available next Friday, February 26th.
Read the Rolling Stone coverage of this special event.
1. Like A Rose
3. The Blade
4. Weed Instead of Roses
7. On To Something Good
9. Has Anybody Ever Told You
10. I’m Good At Leaving
11. Hickory Wing (Gram Parsons)