With over six years of creating a sound she is renowned for, the release of an EP, two critically acclaimed albums (2006's Cage For A Song and 2008's Be All And End All), a published book and a tour history that takes her meandering through 11 or so countries, she is seasoned. Flip Grater knows her place in the universe it would seem. July 2010 saw the release of her third studio album 'While I'm Awake I'm At War' through Maiden Records. It features the single 'Careful', a meandering alt country ditty with a Fleetwood Mac feel.
Flip will head out on another national tour in September in support of the album's release with her live band, Dianne Swann (The Bads), Geoff Maddock (ex-Goldenhorse) and Chris O'Connor (Don McGlashen and The Seven Sisters), before returning to France to tour throughout October. In 2007, Flip released The Cookbook Tour – a performance/travel journal and recipe book that sparkled with humour, tales of the road and wondrous recipes she had acquired on her journeys. This sparked interest across the country and spurred her to reenact the idea overseas. During November and December 2008, Flip embarked on a two-month tour through seven countries in Europe – and the tales and recipes that unfolded will be revealed in The Cookbook Tour Europe, published by Bateman and due for release in May 2011.
In 2007 her track Long Awaited Sigh turned heads across the folk and alt-country scene, with a track from it selected by producers of the hit US TV show Brothers and Sisters, and her two trips to Austin for SXSW, combined with her European touring schedule, and French management is ensuring the name Flip Grater is being heard through various pockets of the world. Be sure to make yourself familiar. And be sure not to miss her third studio album 'While I'm Awake I'm At War." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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