Charlie Faye Cracks Top 30 At Americana Radio, MSN Music, American Songwriter, Daytrotter Welcome New Album Out Today

August 6, 2013 – Charlie Faye continues her climb at Americana radio, as her new album You Were Fine, You Weren’t Even Lonely is released today.  The album has moved up to number 28 on the charts, with Faye joining artists like Jason Isbell, Patty Griffin, Mavis Staples and Kacey Musgraves in the top 30.  MSN Music is streaming all of You Were Fine, You Weren’t Even Lonely in their Listening Booth this week, as is American Songwriter who also have a “Writer of the Week” Q&A with Faye.  Daytrotter has posted a stunning new session with Faye performing tracks from the new album.

Stream You Were Fine, You Weren’t Even Lonely at American Songwriter and read the “Writer of the Week” Q&A:

Stream the album at MSN Music Listening Booth:

Listen to Faye’s stunning new Daytrotter session here:!/concert/charlie-faye/20057046-37382593

Here’s what people have been saying about Faye and the new album:

“Aching and intriguing.”

-CMT Edge

 “Does find a way to make heartbreak beautiful.”

-American Songwriter

“Spins delicate Americana with traces of Stax-inspired soul.”

-Austin Chronicle

The majority of You Were Fine, You Weren’t Even Lonely was recorded at the home studio of Jay Bellerose and Jen Condos in Los Angeles.  The relaxed atmosphere provided time for home cooked meals instead of an eye on how much studio time was left. This resulted in some of the most emotionally honest songs of Faye’s career.  Bellerose and Condos’ suggestion that they record everything live gives the songs an organic, lived-in feel.  And the ace band assembled around Faye – Bellerose on drums, Condos on bass, Mike Thompson on keys, Sexton and Greg Leisz on guitar – buoys the songs and lends the album cohesiveness.

Lyrically the new album explores the inner-workings of relationships, specifically the fissures that were forming in Faye’s at the time.  She was on the tail end of a long relationship with her writing partner Will Sexton as they were creating the album. Many of the songs proved eye-opening, unwittingly foreshadowing a split that had yet to occur.  


For more information on Charlie Faye, please contact Rob Krauser ( at REK Room Media, 917.703.8361