“Honeymoon for One” Album

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Candace Roberts unleashed her fanciful debut album “Honeymoon for One” in 2010. In a cotton-candy world of shimmering girl-group harmonies and clever cabaret … our heroine makes her way through a minefield of tubas, handbags and plentiful pork products.

Candace wrote and demoed these songs out of her bedroom eventually teaming up with beloved mentor/producer Bonnie Hayes. Drawing on cabaret, vaudeville, jazz, pop and rock, “Honeymoon for One” chronicles the artist’s odyssean-like attempts to fill the tank, only to realize … the tank is already full! Desiring everything under the sun from cookies to strangers to pots of gold, she spins out but eventually finds her way back home, only to discover a most unexpected proposal waiting at the end of the rainbow. With lushly-layered vocal harmonies, dreamy guitars, harpsichord and accordion, this album delivers big on whimsy, reverie and abundant theatrics. Do enjoy!

Somewhere Else
Layover Man
I’d Rather
Kiss A Stranger
Be Still
Game On
Say I Do

All Music and Lyrics © 2010 by Candace Roberts … All Rights Reserved
Produced by Bonnie Hayes
All songs arranged by Candace Roberts and Bonnie Hayes
Tracks recorded by Bonnie Hayes at Ice House Studios, San Rafael, CA
and by Candace Roberts at home in San Francisco, CA
Accordion and Harpsichord recorded by Dan Cantrell
Second Engineer and home-recording-hand-holding: Skip Sitkin
Mixed and Mastered by Jim Dean at Ice House Studios

Artwork by Rafael Landea
Layout and Graphic Design by Michael Read
Photography by Jacob Bauch
Art Direction by Candace Roberts
Photo Styling by Maggie Dilley, Katie Dilley and Cody Caronna

Candace Roberts — Vocals, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitar
Bonnie Hayes — Keyboards, Electric Guitar on “Be Still”
Kevin Hayes — Drums
Nils Erickson — Electric Guitars
Pat KlobasUpright Bass
Dan CantrellAccordion, Harpsichord
Ian Harwood — Tuba
Darren JohnstonTrumpet
Jen BakerTrombone
Beth CusterClarinet
Jessica IvryCello
Dina MaccabeeViolin
Cathleen Riddley and ZareenVocals on “Handbag”
Maggie Ervin — Acoustic Guitar on “Game On”


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