With her latest release, folk and blues artist Nancy Cassidy shows us all over again what makes her a multi-million selling artist. Her new CD combines a heart-pure contralto with her brand of folk and a shot of the blues, both stirred up with a little kicker of country. Cassidy spent a year in the studio recording the thirteen original cuts. They range from "Weak Coffee" - a blues number that Ella would have died for - to "Wanna Go Back To The Country," a Nashville-inflected rocker that shows what a blues-and-folk girl can really do when she decides it's time to get out there on the floor. The arrangements are at just the right throttle to power it all up. There's no need to over-sauce a dish like this and Keith Greeninger,the producer, and the band know how to showcase a killer voice while still making you want to look at the liner notes to see who's doing that thing with the sax and drums (that would be Dayan Kai and Ronnie Crawford by the way, teaming up with Keith Greeninger on lead guitar and vocals). So Much Weather is Nancy Cassidy's 4th recording on Twitter Twatter Music. It's a tour of heart, Cassidy's hometown, and she knows it like a real local. Her legions of fans will be all over this one. For everyone else out there who still hasn't paid a visit, come on over, the weather is very, very fine.