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Linda Sussman – Don't Let It Rain
Linda Sussman – Don't Let It Rain

Linda Sussman – Don’t Let It Rain | Rainy Ballad

Don’t Let It Rain is the latest single by award-winning singer-songwriter Linda Sussman, based in New York. She writes songs with themes that are universal, ranging from love and heartbreak to pleas for social justice. Her music crosses the borders between folk and blues. Sussman’s fingerpicking guitar with a hint of the slide and her powerful rhythm support her vocals; her work has been played on radio stations throughout the world. Her music has topped the Top 50 Alternative Folk Album Chart and been in the top five of the RMR’s Best in 2021 Alt-Folk Album Chart.

The song begins with an acoustic riff morphing into ethereal harmony sprays. Then the vocals enter weaving an enchanting tapestry of magic. A calm serene acoustic indie folk pop ballad is a style of music that is characterized by its soothing and tranquil sound. It features a gentle, strummed acoustic guitar, and tender vocals. This song is perfect for winding down after a long day or providing background music during a quiet evening. Linda Sussman does magic!

One of the defining characteristics here is raw, organic sound. The vocals are accompanied by a minimalist sound that allows the listener to fully immerse on the composition. Don’t Let It Rain by Linda Sussman is a gentle acoustic modern indie folk ballad that takes listeners on a peaceful journey with elaborate playing and tender vocals. The music evokes a sense of introspection and contemplation, capturing the essence of stillness and tranquility. This song is perfect for those moments when you just want to escape from the world and sink into a moment of calm.

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