McCall Erickson
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McCall Erickson

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"Local CD Reviews"

The debut album by the Ogden singer/songwriter McCall Erickson is sparse in the sense of production, offering only Erickson's tender soprano and delicate guitar playing as a means of conveying Erickson's positive and healing message.

Some songs feature a bit of whimsy, such as "Watch the Moon." Others, like "Time to Shine" and "Beautiful Place," present hopeful images, songs that Erickson wrote as a personal comforting tool in difficult times.

Erickson wrote the music and the lyrics for all but one song — the poem "Birdwings" by Rumi is set here to music, closing the album. Clearfield musician and producer Mark Stephenson assisted in engineering the album.

This one will be fun for your friends who still miss the Lillith Fair artists, and love introspective songwriting. Erickson bears watching. - Linda East Brady of the Standard Examiner


Beautiful Place LP Released June 2008
"Save Some for Later" and "Time to Shine" receive airplay on KRCL 90.9 Salt Lake City UT



McCall Erickson is part singer-songwriter, part storyteller, and part comedian who knows how to hold an audience in the palm of her hand. With her emotionally candid songwriting style and her sultry, passionate vocals, she draws people in with inescapable creative force. Quickly gaining press and fan recognition in the Indie Music scene as a performing songwriter, McCall writes candidly about everyday life experiences. Raised under the wide-open Wyoming sky, moving to Utah for college, and quitting her responsible-college-graduate-job to chase her musical dreams and travel the world, McCall has plenty to write about. Her songs range from whimsically comical to heart piercing tearjerkers. She segues beautifully from singing about her best friend's stolen car, being a waitress in a noisy restaurant, and hilarious relationship dysfunctions to deeper issues such as grief, disillusionment, and spiritual freedom. Her refreshing lyrics, colorful vocals, and relatable songs have drawn comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Ani DeFranco, and Norah Jones. She independently released her debut album “Beautiful Place� in June of 2008 and has made appearances on KJZZ Cooking Delight, KRCL 90.9, KUTV 2 News, as well as various Intermountain Acoustic Music Association concert stages.