Roots musicians Dori Freeman’s voice floats with "a certain purity”, to quote Roadhouse host Greg Vandy, that cuts through the noise and grabs the listener.

Roots musicians Dori Freeman’s voice floats with "a certain purity”, to quote Roadhouse host Greg Vandy, that cuts through the noise and grabs the listener. Playing songs from her sophomore record, Letters Never Read, the Virginia songwriter runs through four songs and discusses her musical journey in the KEXP Live Room. Recorded 02/09/2018.

1. Lovers On The Run
2. If I Could Make You My Own
3. Ern and Zorry's Sneakin' Bitin' Dog
4. Cold Waves
5. Just Say It Now

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