Louisiana Lovin’

Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter/guitar player/multi-instrumentalist Yvette Landry’s new recording, Louisiana Lovin’, is a collaboration with Grammy-nominated Louisiana kindred spirits–Roddie Romero, Eric Adcock, Chris French, Gary Usie and Derek Huston, a veritable who’s who of the Louisiana’s music scene.

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Me & T-Coe’s Country


Yvette Landry carries a torch HARD for true honky-tonk. Her new album, Me & T-Coe’s Country, is all pedal steel, loping guitar lines, and slightly smokey, sweetly beautiful and seriously twangy vocal lines. Yvette’s voice is right up front;  hers is a voice that could rival any other.  Richard’s pedal steel is dead-on, keeping with an era gone by, yet breathing life into these songs making them new and powerful.  When you listen to this one, remember to keep the Kleenex close by and the box of razors out of sight.

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No Man’s Land


Yvette Landry delivers a beaut that honky-tonks its way through an assortment of colorful tales told mostly from a woman’s perspective. Whether it’s turning the tables, perpetuating romantic failure or finding lasting love, she covers a wide range of topics as captured by an observant eye.

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Oh What A Silent Night


Ring in the holiday season with the sounds of pedal steel, fiddle, and country blues. Yvette Landry’s “Oh, What a Silent Night” makes Christmas sound like the Louisiana countryside, and her voice brings heartache and beauty to the holiday sound track.

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Should Have Known


Awarded Offbeat Magazine’s “Best Country/Folk Album” of the Year

Yvette Landry’s debut album is the whole package – great songs, intimate and direct songwriting, killer musicians and excellent production.  Yvette shows that that honky-tonk lives on in her native Louisiana – heartache, hard-living, and strong, gutsy women all show up in this album.  Her songs have something that music lovers crave – they sound new and old at the same time, like long-lost gems from country’s 1950’s heyday.

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