According to Lonesome Highway, Milly Raccoon‘s new LP Frankincense and Myrrh “is a genre-swinging delight, moving from Celtic – influenced traditional music to classic country folk. She’s also very much at the heart of the thriving bohemian musical scene in East Nashville – fiddle virtuoso Lillie Mae and her brother, splendid guitarist Frank Rische, both play in her band and contributed to her new album.” The site recently spoke to Raccoon, exploring her relationship with Nashville and getting details behind the making of the new album, which is at radio now. Read that interview here.
Frankincense and Myrrh has now spent two weeks in the Top 30 at NACC Folk. Thanks to CJSF, KCSB, KDNK, M3, WCSF, WFHB, WHFR, WMXM, WVIA, and WXAV for charting the album over the past couple of weeks.