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Songwriter of CMA Single of the Year for
“Wide Open Spaces”
- BMI Writer of the Year 1999
- 2009 West Texas Music Hall of Fame:
Entertainer of the Year
- Official Folk Alliance Showcase Artist 2010 and 2011
- Touring nationally since 1999
“Remember Who You Are” is Gibson’s latest collection of songs and was recorded with producer Don Richmond at the helm at Howlin’ Dog Studios in Alamosa, Colorado. Most of the instrumental heavy lifting was done by Gibson (vocals, guitar, banjo), and Richmond (guitars, banjos, mandolins, dobros, bass, violins, viola, organs, pedal steel, lap steel, percussion, and penny whistle), while James Doyle played drums and Maddie Clemmer sang background vocals. The Amen Choir on “Little Piece of Heaven” features Drew Kennedy, Brandy Zdan, Josh Grider, and Walt Wilkins. This group, along with Kelley Mickwee and Gibson, are founding members of the Red River Songwriters’ Festival that takes place every January in Red River, NM (www.redriversongs.com).
With this new EP that resonates of community and family, Susan’s focus is now one that hits closer to home. She plans to spend 2017 writing, recording, and playing shows around Texas that allow her to return to her family and roots as much as possible. With her new EP in tow that is summed up by Gibson as “songs about the ache of loss and the balm of letting go,” her next chapter is sure to seed a whole new batch of songs.