Linda Eder Sings New FROG TROUBLE Track

Linda Eder Sings New FROG TROUBLE TrackAccomplished vocalist and popular concert performer Linda Eder lends her unmistakable vocal mastery to a track on the star-studded new country compilation album FROG TROUBLE, featuring songs and illustrations by Sandra Boynton, and a preview of Eder's entry on the family friendly release is now available.

"I know the color of the ocean / I know the color of the night / I know the color of a faraway song / And, oh, it's always so right," sings a laid-back and vocally rich Eder in the down home country ditty "Deepest Blue", one of a dozen brand new songs on the album.

The official description of Sandra Boynton's FROG TROUBLE is as follows: "Hang on to yer hat, Cowboy. Yeeeee-hah! Boynton goes Country! With three Gold Record albums and a Grammy nomination to her credit, Boynton now brings you FROG TROUBLE, a terrific CD and illustrated songbook of her new and wildly original Country songs. And they're sung by a truly amazing roster of Country Music's biggest and brightest stars: Here's Brad Paisley with Copycat, Dwight Yoakam singing I've Got a Dog, Alison Krauss on End of a Summer Storm, Ben Folds rocking Broken Piano, Darius Rucker with Beautiful Baby. The lonesome-cowboy title track is performed by the low-voiced moody rocker Mark Lanegan (yes, of Queens of the Stone Age.) Add Josh Turner, Fountains of Wayne, Ryan Adams, Linda Eder, and quickly rising Country star Kacey Musgraves-all accompanied by Nashville's finest instrumentalists, and WHOA. You've got yourself some mighty fine music, with a whole lot of gumption and heart."

For more information on Sandra Boynton's FROG TROUBLE, released on September 3, visit the official site here.

Listen to Linda Eder's "Deepest Blue" from Sandra Boynton's FROG TROUBLE below.


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