Lainey Wilson - weitere Single und Video
Die neue Single "Sunday Best" der Countrymusic Newcomerin LAINEY WILSON:
26.06. LAINEY WILSON – "Sunday Best" (Broken Bow Records/BMG Rights Management/Warner)
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A different approach to a cheatin’ song—Lainey Wilson’s “Sunday Best” places listeners into that phase after a scandalous breakup where the scorned attempts to pull them self together, even if it’s a little soon. The honest, relatable lyrics serve as a compassionate reminder that sometimes, it’s okay to be a hot mess—the good Lord understands. While in the studio her mastermind producer Jay Joyce had her take a few shots before recording to give an authentic hungover-like vocal performance.
LAINEY WILSON – "Rolling Stone" (Broken Bow Records/BMG Rights Management/Warner)
HiFi Stars: "Die junge Dame ist eine gelungene stimmliche Mischung aus Dolly Parton und Gretchen Wilson und wird mit ziemlicher Sicherheit einer der nächsten Stars der Szene."
TamTam: "Mit einer wunderbaren Stimme und interessanter Instrumentierung hat Wilson die Herzen der Country-Fans in Windeseile erobert."
countryhome.de: "Die EP macht Lust auf mehr."
sounds-of-south.de: "Insgesamt ein kurzweiliger New Country-Quickie mit Lainey Wilson im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes, nach dem man sich eine längere (musikalische) Beziehung wünscht."
ffm-rock.de 8/10: "Auch stimmlich kann die Dame voll überzeugen und so darf man auf den ersten vollständigen Longplayer gespannt sein. Für diese vier Tracks gibt es erstmal acht Punkte."
Baring her gypsy side in the quietly haunting “Rolling Stone,” Lainey Wilson informs the world that music will always be her greatest love. With a sound reminiscent of an outlaw making their way cross-country on a runaway train, the tenderhearted free spirit shares her love for the life on the road making music with a compassionate warning: “don’t give a rock to a rolling stone.” Letting her admirers down easy with a unique balance of careful consideration, honesty, empathy and an uncommon kindness, Lainey shows just how thoughtful she is. The track shows a new dimension of the big-hearted, vivacious bell-bottomed newcomer, and highlights the depth of the talented artist’s songwriting capabilities.
These monthly single releases come on the heels of Lainey’s 2019 EP, Redneck Hollywood. Produced by mastermind, Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Keith Urban, Little Big Town), the title of the four-track project is drawn from lyrics in the semi-autobiographical track, “LA,” which celebrates the Louisiana native’s down-home upbringing, zest for life and dreams of making it in this big world. In just four songs (all of which she co-wrote), Redneck Hollywood highlights Lainey’s depth as an artist like never before as she offers a thoughtful look into her psyche and all of its complexity. Mixing traditional Country sounds with grit, soul and just a bit of funk, Lainey has developed her own “bell bottom country” sound that reflects both her personality and her preferred fashion aesthetic. Featured on the EP is her first Country radio single, “Dirty Looks,” which Rolling Stone dubbed “a clever, mid-tempo ballad that mixes double entendres with Wilson’s hazy vocals.”
ABOUT LAINEY WILSON:
Pinned as an “Artist to Watch” in 2020 by Pandora, The Boot, and Sounds Like Nashville and included in CMT’s “Next Women of Country” program, Wilson kicked off the year by making her Grand Ole Opry debut—a dream come true for the Baskin, Louisiana native. Hailing from the small farming community, the Country newcomer has as much grit in her as she does soul. She moved to Nashville in a bumper-pull camper trailer to pursue a career in music and has been carving her own unique place in the country music landscape ever since, already garnering early praise for her “unabashedly down-home and unflappably worldly” (NPR) style and exhibiting “just enough scars and pragmatism to write great, universal country songs” (Taste of Country). From landing a TV placement in Paramount Network’s hit series Yellowstone to having co-writer credits on songs recorded by fellow country artists including Luke Combs, the songstress’ talents continue to influence more than just her own artistry. Taking her talents out into the world, Lainey continuously logs an impressive number of miles on the road, performing for sold-out crowds throughout the US, UK, and Germany with notable names like Rodney Atkins, Tyler Farr, Ashley McBryde, Randy Houser, Josh Turner, Morgan Wallen, and more.
With the same vehement determination and unequivocal confidence that has fueled her momentum thus far, Wilson made her label debut on the BBR Music Group/BMG flagship imprint, Broken Bow Records with her EP Redneck Hollywood, a term which can best be described in her autobiographical track “L.A.” The EP features her first Country radio single, “Dirty Looks,” which Rolling Stone dubbed “a clever, mid-tempo ballad that mixes double entendres with Wilson’s hazy vocals.” Wanting to give her fans more music to sink their teeth into, starting March 27th, Wilson will begin releasing a new song each month with the first being “WWDD,” inspired by the beloved icon, Dolly Parton. Produced by GRAMMY Award-winning mastermind Jay Joyce, Lainey’s collection of songs showcase her prolific songwriting abilities and depth as an artist by offering a genuine, unwithered perspective of someone who endorses a character defined by juxtaposing values such as maintaining high standards without jeopardizing empathy. The natural-born storyteller empowers her audience with honest, yet confident lyrical stylings about her own self-discovery. Undaunted by the inevitable early mornings and late nights that lie ahead, Wilson has no plans of slowing down as she turns her momentum into a movement.
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