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Beautifully uplifting and deeply personal, Amy Speace has made the most revealing album of her career with There Used to Be Horses Here. Recorded in Nashville in just four days, the award-winning songwriter pulls directly from her own childhood memories, coming of age in New York City, and losing a parent while learning to become one.

While many of the subjects are heavy, There Used to Be Horses Here isn't a sad record. Instead it's a direct reflection of the 12 months between her son's first birthday and the loss of her dad, propelled by a playwright's eye for detail and a performer's gift of vocal delivery.

Speace's many champions from the folk world have included Judy Collins, Mary Gauthier, and Kathy Mattea, to name only a few. 


  1. Down The Trail
  2. There Used To Be Horses Here
  3. Hallelujah Train
  4. Father's Day
  5. Grief Is A Lonely Land
  6. One Year
  7. Give Me Love
  8. River Rise
  9. Shotgun Hearts
  10. Mother Is A Country
  11. Don't Let Us Get Sick


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