Article Contributed by Mixtape Media | Published on Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Alice Howe, rising voice in modern folk, premieres the video for her interpretation of Joni Mitchell’s timeless classic, “A Case of You” via Americana UK. The video features Howe and her bassist/producer Freebo and drummer MB Gordy performing the song live resulting in an intimate and sincere performance from the trio.

“Simply, this is a beautiful version of a beautiful song,” raves Americana UK. “It’s a brave thing to cover such an outstanding piece of work as Joni Mitchell’s ‘A Case of You’.  However, Alice Howe pulls it off in some style, thanks to her excellent vocal and the assistance MB Gordy on drums and long-time collaborator Freebo (Bonnie Raitt) on the fretless bass and electric baritone guitar.  That melodic bass, in particular, oozes class and makes this interpretation distinctive and memorable.  Howe is suitably heartfelt, absorbed in her performance of the song."

The songwriter’s love affair with “A Case of You” began while sitting beside the record player as a child, captivated by Joni Mitchell’s album, Blue. Later, as a teenager learning the guitar, a camp counselor taught her the chords on a Vermont summer day. Recorded in LA and produced by Freebo, the single is the culmination of this singer’s journey to fully inhabit one of her favorite songs.

“The song and I have grown up together,” she says. “And I feel as though I’ve finally made it my own.”

Alice Howe’s 2019 full length debut, Visions is a contemporary love letter to 60s and 70s folk and timeless blues. It pays homage without succumbing to imitation and offers an intimate snapshot of a young artist discovering her own power. Produced by Freebo with a stellar cast of musicians in Bakersfield, California, Visions is a collection of originals alongside Alice’s interpretations of iconic songs from her family’s vast record collection. She is currently at work on her sophomore record, to be recorded at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL, with an expected early 2022 release.