Uncover Me

Infobox Album |
Name = Uncover Me
Type = Album
Artist = Jann Arden

Released = February 6, 2007
Recorded =
Genre = Adult Alternative
Length =
Label = Universal Music Canada
Producer = Jann Arden, Russell Broom
Reviews =
*None Available

Last album = "Jann Arden"
This album = "Uncover Me"
Next album =

"Uncover Me" is the ninth album from Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden, released in 2007. "Counterfeit Heart" is the only track written by Jann Arden. Three additional tracks from these sessions, "Moon River", "What the World Needs Now", and "End of the World", are available from her Myspace site.

Track listing

# "Bring The Boys Home"
# "California Dreamin'"
# "Peace Train"
# "At Seventeen"
# "Love Is a Battlefield"
# "Son of a Preacher Man"
# "Counterfeit Heart"
# "You're So Vain"
# "Downtown"
# "Solitaire"

"Uncover Me Tour"

Arden followed up on the album with her "Uncover Me Tour", during the months of April and May, 2007. The tour spanned across Canada.

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