"Honey On My Grave" is Abbie's first collection of mostly original songs that span several genres, from jazz to blues, country to bluegrass and folk/pop. Several songs were recorded live in the studio. That studio was a basement below a Cuban restaurant on Rivington St (NYC) where she would get a one dollar cafe con leche before heading down below the city street to record. Mic Rains was the engineer and Abbie had help from Laurie MacAllister (harmony vocals), Peter Carr (banjo) and Matt Munisteri (guitar).
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- Honey on My Grave
- I'm a Fool
- Ain't Misbehavin
- One Love
- Sweet Georgia Pines
- Hit the Road Jack
- Breathe Again
- You Got to Move (live duet with Pat Wictor)
Abbie was named as a finalist in the 2003 Hank Williams Songwriting Competition for "The Game of War," and 2003 John Lennon Songwriting Contest for, "One Love."
“It’s a beautiful voice. She’ll hold a note until it changes color, usually from blue to orange or the other way around. A little Janis, a little Alanis, a whole lot of soul that feels too much but wouldn’t have it any other way.”- Muse’s Muse