Caitlin Quisenberry is back with her new single, “Get Loud With Me.” The song amplifies her artistic talent as a traditional country artist, as she blurs the lines between country/pop and EDM.
“I love and have performed all genres of music, and although country is my favorite, it’s fun to mix it up for my listeners. I’m lucky to be living in a time where experimenting with genres are not only accepted, but welcomed. I never want my music to get boring or sound the same. I want each song's release to be a unique artistic expression, resulting in exciting anticipation of what I will do next,” says Caitlin.
Escape into the fun with beats you’d find in a nightclub, while the banjo brings in Caitlin’s country/pop vibe. The depth of the lyrics cleverly deliver meaningful lessons about life’s clock ticking by, so you must enjoy it, be who you are, and not let your haters get you down.
Find Caitlin on Instagram at @caitlinquisenberrymusic and on her website here.
Grab your margarita and listen to Leah Turner’s latest single “Once Upon a Time in Mexico.” Singing since the age of three, music chose her. Influenced by Trisha Yearwood and Linda Ronstalt, Leah’s music reflects her truth and that of her loved ones.
The story of her parent’s falling in love during a time when mixed-racial couples weren’t common and not caring about what society thought, “Once Upon a Time in Mexico” is a celebration of love. Returning to her Latin roots, the music video was shot in Mexico. Embracing the sexy aspect of Latin culture, Leah wants people to know “It’s okay to be sexy and embrace the skin that God has given you, embrace your sexuality.”
Growing up in Palm Springs, Leah is bi-lingual and plans to release a Spanish version of the song. She’s also working on an EP. You can find Leah’s music on all music platforms and on her website here.
From singing karaoke in her room to performing at Belcourt Taps, Maddie Lane is well on her way to a successful career in music. Picking up the guitar in college and writing her first song after a breakup, country music’s relatability and storytelling drew her to Nashville.
Growing up to The Chicks and Sugarland, Maddie prefers classic country instruments such as the mandolin and steel guitar which appear in her new single “Country in You.” Saying “The addition of both instruments created this bright, nostalgic sound, which really captured the romance of the storyline.” The song was written as a love story, depicting Maddie’s love for being out in the country. To promote the song, Maddie hosts livestreams on social media noting, “It's amazing how people can come together through music, especially during a time like this!”
Moving forward, she plans to release an EP by the end of the year. You can find Maddie’s music on all streaming platforms and on her website here.
Author: Nicole Marchesi
Discovered by her pre-school teacher singing in the bathroom, Jodi Valentin was destined for a career in music from a young age. In New York, she grew up listening to Motown and R&B. A graduate of New York University alongside powerhouse vocalists Maggie Rogers, Fletcher, and Emily Warren, she hopes her music can inspire women to be confident in themselves. In fact, her latest single “Blue Eyes” is about being proud of her appearance. Written about a boy who told her he only wanted to date a blonde, she wanted others in a similar situation to be proud of their features and not change for others. Taking to Instagram saying, "If you’ve ever dated someone who wanted you to be just a version of yourself with them... who wanted you to change to be “right” for them... someone who focused on who you could be instead of who you are.... this song is for you."
Now living in Philadelphia, Jodi loves performing at the more intimate venues and interacting with the audience - teaching them to sing along to her songs. Moving forward, Jodi is set to release her debut EP “Hindsight” this year. Her goal is to hear her music in movies and tv. She also dreams of securing a record deal.
Listen to “Blue Eyes” on Spotify and follow Jodi on social media.
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Jamie O'Neal is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her debut album “Shiver” with the release of “Sometimes” coming October 16th. “Sometimes” includes brand-new songs and re-imagined versions of O'Neal's smash hits like "There Is No Arizona 2.0," featuring Lauren Alaina.
"The first time I sang 'There Is No Arizona' with Jamie, in Vegas around the ACM’s, I was amazed at how well our voices worked together. She is an amazing singer and it was fun to harmonize with someone like that. When she asked me to sing on a new version of the song with her, I jumped at the chance. I’m so proud to be a part of such an iconic country song” said Lauren Alaina in an interview with People Magazine.
Pre-order “Sometimes” and stay connected on her website www.jamieoneal.com.