Good Summer Rain, the album from award-winning songwriter Erica Wheeler, is an unforgettable journey through the American landscape. The CD's eleven songs evoke the relationships between people and place today, spanning from the intimate streets of Greenwich Village to the sweeping vistas of Jackson Hole.
Produced in Boston by Crit Harmon (Martin Sexton, Mary Gauthier, Lori McKenna), Good Summer Rain fuses the rootsy Americana sounds of dobro, mandolin, guitar, and drums with the elegance of piano and upright bass.
It's Erica's intention that the songs on Good Summer Rain will awaken her listeners to their own sense of place and restore a connection deeply needed in our world today. Beautiful, thoughtful, and satisfying, Good Summer Rain will make you smile, laugh, and cry, but most of all, it will make you think.
The Trust for Public Land is proud to help support the production of Good Summer Rain and Erica's work to connect people and place. To learn more about Erica Wheeler, her music, and her writing workshop, The Soulful Landscape, visit www.ericawheeler.com.
When you purchase Good Summer Rain from TPL's webstore, $5 of each sale will go to support TPL's land-for-people conservation mission.