Roberta Lea - Too Much of a Woman - No Fences Review

Charles Hughes
September 29, 2023
No Fences

Roberta Lea’s Too Much of a Woman, out today, is one of the best albums of the year. Her debut full-length album makes an emphatic artistic statement: she stakes her claim to the wide-open spaces of country music and places herself within multiple intersecting musical traditions. It’s also a stunning piece of music, filled with memorable songs and linked by a loose but clear concept in which Lea tells the story of a woman who learns to embrace and celebrate her wholeness in spite of those (including herself) who would try to convince her otherwise.

Photo Credit:



bipoc icondisabled iconlgbtqia+ icon

Bluegrass Pride

Our mission is to recruit, encourage, and support LGBTQ+ bluegrassers of all levels, promoting their advancement and acceptance within all areas of the bluegrass music industry and musical community. We aim to uplift the genre of bluegrass as a whole to receive LGBTQ+ folks openly, and to promote allyship with all marginalized peoples within the industry and musical community.


bipoc icondisabled iconlgbtqia+ icon

Transcendent Roots

Record Bin Radio Host Kelly McCartney gathers up the best trans, nonbinary and two-spirit artists in roots music.


bipoc icondisabled iconlgbtqia+ icon

Queer Country

country music for people who hate Country Music™️ // featuring Amythyst Kiah, Orville Peck, Brandi Carlile & more

Stay updated & connected

The latest curated news, events, new releases and featured profiles and resources delivered to your inbox weekly.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.