A year after making a name for herself with the release of her Grammy nominated LP Big Day in a Small Town, Brandy Clark shares her talent with us once again with the release of her new single You’re Drunk. A sassy storyline about that friend who’s “just drunk… as a skunk,” the song quickly became a fan favorite at live shows.
Back on the road Clark started playing You’re Drunk, seeing the song’s success with fans in a similar light to how they embraced her song Three Kids No Husband.
“It’s such a different song than, say, Three Kids No Husband, but like that song, I didn’t realize how much the audience loved it until I played You’re Drunk live,” Clark explains. “Their response is so exciting; I’m happy to now have it available for the fans asking, ‘Where can I hear this?’”
The song features a full band including upright bassist Vanessa McGowan, whose playing adds a sense of excitement. Also behind the making of You’re Drunk, Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally, who collaborated with Clark during the songwriting process.
So if you're not too drunk go find the new single by Brandy Clark available everywhere now!
Never without music, Madelyn Victoria knew she was on the path to becoming an artist since the day she was born to the sound of country music in the operating room. With her mom as her mentor, Madelyn was writing her own music by the age of thirteen which she later performed as part of a band in her senior year of high school.
Writing of nature and family experiences of her own, Madelyn’s songs reflect her journey as an artist while her honesty gives a sense of relatability to her music. A traditional artist who isn’t afraid of following the trends, Madelyn’s music blends the sounds of old and contemporary country. Such as in her new single Hold On which begins with a modern intro to hook in her listener before sounding traditional in the song’s chorus. A perfect melody along with a story about finding the one, Hold On can attract any listener.
Finding the balance in everything and knowing it all starts with you, Madelyn’s hard work is going to get her far in the music industry. Planning to release another single this fall entitled Right Here With You and setting off on a radio tour, Madelyn is ready to expose her music to as many people as possible.
So make sure to stay up to date with the journey of Madelyn Victoria by finding her music on iTunes and Spotify as well as following her on her socials @madelynvictoria.
The child who tried it all before she found her passion for music, Canadian artist Rebecca Reeves claims that music choose her. A concert goer who was taken away by artists such as Carrie Underwood and Faith Hill, Rebecca grew quite fond of country music despite growing up listening to pop. A natural at songwriting, Rebecca writes of her own experiences and hopes to create a sense of closure and power within her listeners by placing them in her shoes. WIth writing as mood changer Rebecca isn’t afraid to expose all of her emotions in her songs.
Given her first guitar at age fifteen, Rebecca’s sound is her own. Though often performing acoustic tracks, Rebecca’s music also features a medallion to add an upbeat tone to each piece.
Rebecca’s new single Back Road Take Me Home tells of her journey to Nashville while showcasing her powerful range of vocals. About feeling out of place and life taking the wheel, Back Road Take Me Home is the perfect introduction to who Rebecca is as an artist.
Not afraid of taking chances Rebecca wants to travel the world, sharing her music with as many people as she can. With music as her love Rebecca eventually wants to make a living off her music career, knowing that if you're doing what you love you’ll never have to work another day in your life.
Among the palm trees and ocean breeze where there’s salty air and her sun kissed hair, artist Sandra Lynn enjoys endless summer and can’t wait to take you there. Growing up in Southern California where she currently resides, Sandra Lynn wants to bring a little California to her friends in Nashville with the release of her new single Hey California.
A perfect summer anthem, Hey California’s playful tone and rhythmical lyrics make it easy to sing along. Featured on Spotify’s Wild Country Playlist, Hey California is already making a name for itself.
Driving around The City of Angels, Sandra filmed the track’s music video which features some of LA’s best spots including the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. To be released soon, the music video acts as a tour of California.
So don’t miss your chance to sing along to Hey California this summer and catch Sandra on Twitter and Instagram as well as on her website at http://www.sandralynnmusic.com/.
Nashville didn’t see fiery sensation Amber Leigh coming and now, she’s sweeping the country with her unique sound and positive energy. A fiddle player who’s not afraid to blend the sounds of country with pop and celtic music as well, Amber hopes her music stands out above the rest.
Having played the fiddle since the age of four and starting to pursue music by age ten, Amber is no stranger to the industry. In fact her husband produced her newest single Gonna Hurt Tomorrow, a song she hopes acts as a wake up call to the heartbroken, warning how a night out won’t change anything. Meanwhile the song’s relatability inspires her listeners to accept their emotions and know that there are people out there going through the exact same thing.
Working on a new EP to be released in the upcoming months, Amber is prepared to share her journey with her listeners. Often writing of personal experiences she wants her music to impact her fans as if she were there having a conversation with them. The EP features personal tracks such as her song Home, which tells of her story as an artist, as well as upbeat tracks.
With a variety of songs on the EP, Amber is confident she will keep em’ coming back for more. So make sure to check out Gonna Hurt Tomorrow here and follow Amber on Instagram and Twitter @amber_leigh for more music news.
I am currently a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles as a marketing major. Upon realizing that I wanted to change the way people perceive country music and to help women have a voice, I began The Women of Country in 2015 promoting new female artists and sharing their stories with the world. You can find me via Instagram @nicolemmarchesi or contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org