Carly Ritter grew up surrounded by music, but credits her extended musical family for the authentic sound on her debut self-titled recording. Backed by Juliette Commagere, Joachim Cooder, Robert Francis and legendary guitarist Ry Cooder, Ritter's songs hearken back to folk songs of the 60's. Today's Top Tune is "It Don't Come Easy."
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