Libby Koch is a singer/songwriter from Houston, Texas. Like many independent musicians, Libby's music is not easily defined by one genre. Her influences include Patty Griffin, Emmylou Harris, Ryan Adams, Gillian Welch and Lucinda Williams. To get a feel for her multi-genre sound, have a listen.
Libby was born and raised in Houston, and is back in town following a three year stint in Nashville. During her time there, she wrote most of the songs on "Redemption," her full-length album. The 10-song album was recorded with the help of Nashville sound engineers Clark Simmons and Eric Wolburg and contains nine original songs about heartbreak, regret, faith and salvation. The album concludes with a moving cover of Johnny Cash's classic "I Still Miss Someone."
"Redemption" was preceded by "The Barn Burner EP." The six songs on it were recorded one Saturday afternoon in spring of '08 with the help of Clark Simmons. Both "The Barn Burner EP" and "Redemption" are available on iTunes, eMusic, Amazon, Rhapsody, Napster and Libby's official website, (www.libbykoch.com.)
You can catch Libby regularly performing around the Houston area and across Texas. Check out her tour schedule at www.libbykoch.com.