Let Us In: Americana Album Now Available

16-Track Album Benefits The Women and Cancer Fund

Reviver Records has released its second Let Us In album (the first was Let Us In: Nashville) – Let Us In: Americana. The album's official release date, June 25, 2013, was a significant day in “Beatles history.” On that day in 1967, The Beatles performed “live” thanks to the BBC on the first global TV music special entitled, Our World. It was viewed by over 400 million people spanning 26 countries. Special guests during The Beatles performance included: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Graham Nash.

Fast forward to 2013, now 46 years later, with the June 25 release of Let Us In: Americana, the album delves into the catalogue of songs written by Sir Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Each “Americana” artist chose a composition to record and the proceeds will go to The Women And Cancer Fund, established in the memory of Linda McCartney.

The 16-track - 57-minute Let Us In: Americana album on Reviver Records is distributed by BDG/RED Distribution, LLC (a division of SONY Music Entertainment). Produced by Phil Madeira in Nashville, New York ** and San Francisco ***. The tracks are as follows:

The Wood Brothers - “Come And Get It”
Buddy Miller - “Yellow Submarine”
Will Hoge - “Band On The Run”
Jim Lauderdale - “I’m Looking Through You”
Holly Williams - “My Love”
Teddy Thompson *** - “Let Me Roll It”
Bruce Cockburn ** - “Fool On The Hill”
Ollabelle ** - “Get Back”
Lee Ann Womack - “Let ‘Em In”
Steve Earle & Allison Moorer *** - “I Will”
Rodney Crowell * - “Every Night”
Matraca Berg - “Yesterday”
Ketch Secor - “Give Ireland Back To The Irish”
Sam Bush - “I’ve Just Seen A Face”
Ed Snodderly - “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”
The McCrary Sisters (Amy Helm, Fiona McBain & Allison Moorer) - “Let It Be”

Get your copy of Let Us In: Americana now from iTunes or Amazon.

And are you aware of the Let Us In: Nashville project? Learn more here.