Michelle Malone has recorded her most revealing CD to date. Debris, Malone's 10th album, draws from bubbling vat of southern influence to tackle the anger, heartbreak, and humor found in a break up. Recorded in her home town of Atlanta, GA, by Nick Di Dia (Springsteen, Black Crowes, Pearl Jam, Train), this CD is both soul-shaking and spirit healing. Malone, an award winning guitarist in her own right, is joined by heavy studio hitters Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crow, Pete Droge)Tony Reyes (Dallas Austin, Gwen Stefani), Phil Skipper (Tinsley Ellis, Drag The River. ""A proper American cocktail that's best drunk straight up." BILLBOARD "Whether moanin' at midnight and howlin' at the delta moon, or serving up a steamy blend of Tom Pettyesque twang-pop and Creedence Clearwater choogle, Malone's the sexiest, most swaggering-est gal rocker on the goddam planet right now. " BLURT MAGAZINE "Debris" from her sharply etched 10th album of the same name. Think Bonnie Raitt bedding down with Keith Richards. OK, maybe you shouldn't. PHILLY.COM Malone's riveting wail and sizzling slide guitar blend sass and defiance with an authoritative presence exuding a spunk all her own." PERFORMING SONGWRITER "Michelle Malone's badass pipes and guitar shine on new album." METROMIX GREENVILLE "Slinging a slide guitar that roars, Michelle Malone is a crackling live wire." INDY WEEKLY "The first four songs on Moanin' Michelle Malone's new CD, Debris, are the four best blues songs you'll hear this year. It is, quite possibly, the best four-song combination ever put together in a blues album. If someone teaches a Modern Blues 101 class, that person should start with these four songs." ATLANTA MUSIC GUIDE "Malone bursts forth like she's got something to prove. She's mastered all the tools of the trade: hook-laden songwriting, a no-nonsense voice with powerful range, tough and tender guitar, and amemorable presentation. She's destined for greatness. A refreshing surprise of an album." BLUES REVUE "Michelle Malone is among the flashiest, most impressive slide guitar soloists working in contemporary blues, often fortifying her vocals with slashing lines, inventive twists and surprising backing." NASHVILLE CITY PAPER "Michelle Malone rocks!" DAILY LOCAL NEWS "Debris is like sing-along, foot-tapping, booty-shaking therapy." SOUTHERN VOICE.