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Interview with Libby McGrath

  • Broadcast in Country Music
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The 2010 release of Libby McGrath's debut single "Blue Sky" marks the official starting point of a career that has been in the works since she was a child. Raised on the music of Tammy Wynette, Patty Loveless and Faith Hill, Libby and her siblings grew up playing and singing country music as a family. The sound of guitars, fiddles, banjos, drums and harmonizing voices could be heard drifting down the block from their Cambridge, Ontario home. No stranger to the stage, Libby has been touring the world backing up various artists for nearly ten years now. Her live performances are engaging and high energy. One of Libby's favourite memories on the road was getting the opportunity to sing a duet with Marty Stuart. She recalls, "I just started singing "We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds" and he joined right in singing George Jones' part. When we were done he said, "Well thats our first duet sweetheart." Libby recently won the KIX 106 FM song contest with her entry, "I'm Not Gonna Cry".