Turn the Quiet Up
Singer song-writer Anjie Carpenter is a Carolina-grown southern girl making a big splash in pop and country with her newest album, 'Turn the Quiet Up.' After two months on Music Row recording at the Vibe, her authentic story-songs and sultry, intimate lyrical tones earned her the nickname of the 'Marlene Dietrich of Country Music.' After listening to 'Turn the Quiet Up,' RCA of New York said, 'Anjie is obviously a very talented singer.' Co-produced by the legendary Papa Don Schroeder and Danny Duncan in Nashville, country's finest added their brilliance to this pristine recording of Anjie's original tunes: Dan Dugmore, Victor Krauss, Tom Hemby, George Cocchinni, Chris Black, the Nashville String Machine and more . .. Guest songwriters include Bonnie Nichol, Ruby Gold, Ronnie Godfrey, and Kim Morrison. Anjie has been singing nationally since 2000, with a discography of four self-penned gospel and country albums. She is a winner of WMIT's solo artist of the year contest and has garnered over ten thousand votes for The Light's Star Search Event. She has grass-roots radio play in the Charlotte area, Sweden, Germany, and Belgium. Her prior release, Old Front Porch, features ten of her finest with special guest Kevin Breit, the musical string-genius who created Norah Jones' unique stylings.