Singer/Songwriter Tess Druckenmiller Signs Deal with Red Music Branded Label for Distribution of Summer's Most Anticipated Disc due August 13, 2013 NEW YORK, July 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Singer Songwriter Tess Druckenmiller has chosen a home for her highly anticipated debut Storyteller. The 17-song set will call Bob Frank's Red River Entertainment home and will be released on August 13th. "I wanted to work with Bob because at Red River everyone understands the difference between being a songwriter and being a performer, as well as the difference between building an organic project and building a manufactured one," says 19 year old Tess Druckenmiller.
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Her debut Storyteller, takes us on an emotional musical journey where the songs range from joy to heartbreak and all of that in between. Produced by Tony Prendatt-Carter. The set features the insatiable single "November" and the infectious hit "Jones".
There's a moment in "Jones", currently playing at MTVu, when you know it's not going to be your average break-up song. Tess sings about a guy who's been stringing her along and lying about his intentions. But just when you think you know where the song is going, Tess delivers a surprising killer blow to the jerk she's been singing about: "This isn't even your own song, because there are so many boys just like you."
Tess' intense vibe reveals that she is more than just your average sophomore student. If you look deeper, you will find an accomplished artist whose talents have only scratched the surface. She is young, vibrant, brilliant and prepared to show the world soul. Now with the release of Storyteller, Tess is doing music entirely on her own terms.
Storyteller will be released on August 13th through Red River Entertainment. For more information on Tess Druckenmiller, please visit www.tessdruckenmiller.com and follow her on Twitter, Vine, Instagram and Facebook.
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