Beth Nielsen Chapman's brand-new studio album, Hearts Of Glass, is a powerful collection of songs that dig deep into the place within us, where vulnerability meets strength. Hearts Of Glass is sparse and beautifully recorded and the songs, mostly written by Beth alone, include several new compositions, from the haunting Epitaph For Love, to the instant classic You're Still My Valentine, to the infectious Enough For Me. Hearts Of Glass also features several gems plucked from Beth's previous releases that have been re-recorded, now moved from piano to guitar with minimal touches of production. Life Holds On, sounding like it could have been written yesterday, is just one stunning example of how the "less is more" approach reveals the power of these songs, stripped down to Beth's voice and the pulsing of her electric guitar. The songs are front and centre, as is the case for Rage On Rage, Dancer To The Drum and Child Again, each having been reborn. In addition, the first-time release of Beth's version of the timeless classic If My World Didn't Have You features Rodney Crowell on backing vocals. This song first appeared on Willie Nelson's Horse Called Music album, along with her song Nothing I Can Do About It Now, which went to number 1 for Willie in 1990.