Ward Thomas release moving duet ‘If It All Ends Today’ featuring Catherine McGrath

Recently dubbed as the “Queens of British country music” by the Express, Ward Thomas released a stunning reworking of their stirring song ‘If It All Ends Today’ featuring Northern Irish country star, Catherine McGrath.

Watch the video for ‘If It All Ends Today’ HERE

‘If It All Ends Today’ puts to music the feeling of recognising the impermanence of the world whilst simultaneously embracing everything the world has to offer.

It’s described by Lizzy as being “all about those moments when the world is feeling overwhelming and all you want to do is reach out to that person who brings you peace and reassurance.” 

Catherine McGrath adds:“I always have a fun time with Catherine and Lizzy, so I was so happy to be asked to join them on this track from their latest album. The UK country scene has always been such a warm and supportive community and to be collaborating with such great artists and people makes me so proud to be part of it.”

Choosing Catherine to feature on this duet was a no-brainer, Lizzy says of working with her: “we are so thrilled to have Catherine McGrath sing on this song with us as not only has she become a great friend but we’ve always admired her as an artist and love her music!”

The original of ‘If It All Ends Today’ arrived on the girls’ fifth studio album Music In The Madness, an album described by The Mirror as ‘refreshingly heartwarming’ for exploring what truly matters when faced with crisis.

Themes of family, love and the power of music restore a sense of hope in a time of turmoil.  Lyrics of ‘Nothing gold can stay/ But you’re the one I want, love/ If it all ends today’ repeated in this single certainly reflect upon this message.

25-year-old singer-songwriter, Catherine McGrath has already accumulated over 45 million streams. Her debut album Talk Of This Town hit #13 in the UK Album Chart, receiving widespread critical acclaim including the backing of Sir Elton John, who praised her “extraordinary song writing ability and an amazing voice”. She has also supported Michael Bublé (to 11,000 people at The O2 Arena), Maren Morris, Dan & Shay, Kelsea Ballerina, Picture This and Jamie Lawson. Catherine is preparing to release a new EP in Autumn 2023.

Ward Thomas recently took on a rapturous headline tour of the UK, and at 29, Catherine and Lizzy are on a roll and already working on a sixth album which they plan to release before they turn 30. “We look up to artists like Brandi Carlile, whose career has grown organically. Of course, we love success, but the artists we admire are the ones who keep showing up and don’t sell out. We do what we do because we love music and we have something to say.”

For as long as that continues, there will be Ward Thomas.

Jake Owen Fires Off New Album Loose Cannon Friday 23rd June

Multi-Platinum recording artist, Jake Owen announces the release of his highly anticipated seventh studio album, Loose Cannon dropping Friday 23rd June.

Jake is kicking off summer by dropping four new songs from the album this Friday 26th May – “On The Boat Again,” “Solo, Solo,” “Nothing,” and “Hot Truck Beer.” 

The upcoming 16-track album will give fans a collection of summertime staples with sunshine-soaked lyrics that tip their hat to classic Country rhythms audiences of all generations can crack a cold one to. With ten No.1 singles and over 2.5B streams across his decorated career, Jake continues to share his unique blend of laid back, feel-good Country. Loose Cannon has Jake’s signature honeyed rasp on full display over lyrics penned by a plethora of Nashville’s finest songwriters (Ashley Gorley, Brent Cobb, Rodney Clawson, Jessie Jo Dillon, Luke Laird, to name a few) and uniquely, a collection of reputed artist-writers including ACM Male Artist of the Year nominee Jordan Davis, Devin Dawson, Walker Hayes, Jordan Fletcher, Hunter Phelps and more.

“I can’t wait to share this new wave of music with my fans,” shares Jake. “This album is a long time coming and feels like the best version of me. Grab your buddies, put the boat in the water, pour a cold one out and we’ll catch y’all out on the lake. It’s the best time of year and we’re ready to celebrate.” 

A little over four years since his last full-length album, Greetings From…Jake, Loose Cannon showcases his maturity as an artist in evolution allowing fans of “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” and “Beachin’” a chance to grow alongside Jake as he taps into his neo-traditional next wave.

Kickstarting summer 2023 nationwide, Jake will perform “On The Boat Again” this Memorial Day on ABC’s Good Morning America.

Jake will then host a special fan album preview pop-up show that evening at The Rockaway Hotel in New York City. One of the four new instant-grat tracks, “On The Boat Again” interpolates the familiar chorus of Willie Nelson’s classic “On the Road Again” and adapts it for boating season. Beachy production by Joey Moi lends perfectly to what’s sure to be an instant summer classic. 


  1. “Hot Truck Beer” (Jordan Fletcher, Jim McCormick, Austin Nivarel)
  2. “Go Getter” (Brent Cobb, Jake Mitchell, Aaron Ratiere)
  3. “Solo Solo” (Ashley Gorley, Ben Johnson, Blake Pendergrass, Hunter Phelps)
  4. “On The Boat Again” (Willie Nelson, Devin Dawson, Kyle Fishman, Rocky Block, Blake Pendergrass)
  5. “Hearts and Habits” (Thomas Archer, Jamie Moore, Jared Mullins, Ben Stennis)
  6. “When It All Shakes Out” (Jacob Davis, Jordan Dozzi, Josh Jenkins)
  7. “Hope Less” (Jared Mullins, Ben Stennis)
  8. “It Don’t, He Won’t and You Do” (Jordan Dozzi, Justin Ebach, Chase McGill)
  9. “Friends Don’t Let Friends” (Jessie Jo Dillon, Hunter Phelps, Ben Stennis)
  10. “Boy In The Chevrolet” (Ashley Gorley, Taylor Phillips, Bobby Pinson)
  11. “Shrank” (Lalo Guzman, Walker Hayes, Hunter Phelps)
  12. “Nothing” (Dallas Davidson, Kyle Fishman, Earle Hagen, Reid Haughton, Herbert Spencer, Cole Taylor)*
  13. “Somewhere South With Rum” (Jacob Davis, Jordan Davis, Josh Jenkins, Matt Jenkins)
  14. “The Ending” (Rodney Clawson, Luke Laird, Chris Tompkins)
  15. “Hey Can I Buy You A Beer” (John Byron, Rocky Block, Travis Wood)
  16. “Loose Cannon” (Matt Roy)

All songs produced by Joey Moi

* co-produced by Kyle Fishman


Two-time GRAMMY Award winning artist and songwriter, Colbie Caillat made her incredible solo debut at the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday 20th May.

Colbie performed three show-stopping songs including her current single “Worth It” as well as Platinum-selling hits “Bubbly” and “Try.”

Colbie was joined backstage by her “Worth It” co-writers Liz Rose and AJ Pruis and management team Hilary Thoemke and Chad Jensen who supported Colbie on her special night.

Produced by Jamie Kenney, “Worth It” was released last month to critical acclaim. With over 3.5M streams across all platforms, “Worth It” is making a big impression.

“Pop star Caillat has always had country tendencies. On this power ballad, she realizes the relationship is kaput, but doesn’t regret a thing. ‘I know it wasn’t perfect, but loving you was worth it,’ she sings in the hooky refrain. The echoey production atmosphere gives the whole thing a dreamy quality.” – Music Row

“Soul-inflected vocal harmonies and the singer’s signature brand of pop-country come together in this dreamy new track, which focuses on gratitude for time spent with a lover, even after the two part ways.” – Taste of Country

“Throughout the heartwarming reflection, Caillat ponders over a past relationship that left its mark on her. While the couple is no longer together, there’s still an unspoken appreciation for their time together, noting ‘I know it wasn’t perfect / But loving you was worth it.’ The tender track is also set to be featured on her upcoming album.” – Country Now

Fans can catch Caillat when she performs “Worth It” at The National Memorial Day Parade presented by Boeing this Memorial Day on 29th May at 2:00 PM ET/ 1:00P CT. It airs live nationwide across ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and CW stations.

For more information and tour dates, visit https://www.colbiecaillat.com/

Lily Rose and Diplo Deliver Captivating Performance of “Sad in the Summer” at NBC’s The Voice Season Finale

Groundbreaking Country artist, Lily Rose and Diplo took NBC’s The Voice stage by storm during last night’s (23rd May) season finale. The dynamic duo brought “Sad in the Summer” to life with a mesmerizing performance on a swamp-inspired stage, accompanied by Diplo as his country persona Thomas Wesley on guitar and a six-piece band.

The power pairing celebrated Blake Shelton’s final episode after 23 seasons as a coach before Gina Miles was announced the Season 23 winner. 

“Sad in the Summer” has proven to be a standout track on Diplo’s highly anticipated Country project Diplo presents: Thomas Wesley Chapter 2 – Swamp Savant. “Sad in the Summer” finds Lily holding on to the fleeting joy of both the summer season and a seasonal relationship, desperate for a love to last as the year cools down.

Written by Lily with label mate Griffen Palmer, Geoff Warburton, Ben Johnson, Diplo, King Henry and Picard Brothers, critical acclaim for the infectious track continues to pour in, with Yardbarker hailing it as having “song of the summer” potential, while TheMusic described it as “truly addictive.”

Prior to their incredible on-stage chemistry last night, the irresistible pairing has already captivated audiences with their live performance of “Sad in the Summer,” most recently, thrilling fans at Diplo’s festival closer at Stagecoach 2023. Watch the official music video filmed at Stagecoach here.

As Lily’s career continues to gain momentum, she will return to CMA Fest on Thursday 8th June for a performance at the Chevy Riverfront stage. Lily will then wrap her year on Shania Twain’s Queen of Me Tour.

Tyler Hubbard Scores Second No. 1 From Debut Solo Album With “Dancin’ In The Country”

EMI Records Nashville recording artist, Tyler Hubbard is atop the Mediabase/ Country Aircheck chart this week with his hit song “Dancin’ In The Country” marking his second No. 1 as a solo artist, and his 21st career chart topper on Country Radio. Tyler now holds the record for most spins in an official tracked week on Mediabase country’s mainstream panel.

Written by Tyler Hubbard, Keith Urban, Ross Copperman and Jon Nite, “Dancin’ In The Country” is the second single off Tyler’s debut solo album, Tyler Hubbard.

Tyler’s debut single, “5 Foot 9” also hit No. 1 and was released exactly one year ago (20th May 2022). Tyler celebrated his first year as a solo artist this past weekend when he surprised fans with a 75-minute pop-up show at Nashville’s famed honky tonk, The Stage on Saturday night (20th May).

“Having a second No. 1, one year to the day after my debut solo single was released, is really incredible,” said Tyler. “It’s been an amazing year, and I’m thankful to Country Radio and the fans for embracing my music, and to Keith, Ross and Jon for sharing their creative genius with me.”

“Dancin’ In The Country” has almost 155M global streams, already hit No. 1 on SXM’s The Highway and the MusicRow chart, and the song spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Canadian Country Radio Chart. CMT calls the track “bouncy banger infused with thrilling guitar pull and Tyler’s signature country-pop sound.”

Old Dominion, Kelsea Ballerini + Surprises as Kenny Chesney Winds Down I GO BACK 2023

As the only country artist in Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years for the last 14 years, doing a tour of arenas in markets where he got his start shows how much Kenny Chesney is about taking his music to the people. But it’s also been a demi-bucket list return to the intimacy and passion that defined No Shoes Nation from the beginning. And as the tour winds down, Evansville, Indiana proved it’s not the size of the audience, but the heart.
After a solid 60 seconds of cheers following “I Go Back,” it was obvious NSN had come for the music and they were going to leave everything they had on the floor of the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana. Almost a decade since his last appearance at the basketball-centric venue, Chesney pulled out rarities, including “The Good Stuff” and “There Goes My Life,” which saw the fans deliver those songs back to the 8-time Entertainer of the Year like a prayer.
“You forget how much power those songs have – until you play them and feel the emotions they pull out of people,” Kenny says. “You can be so quiet you can feel your heart beat – and hear how palpable those feelings are that people have tucked up in your songs. It takes your breath away.”
Palpable, indeed. But that heightened emotionalism didn’t dampen the high spirits. Whether a second chorus of “American Kids,” after the song was over, the coming-of-age anthem “Young” or the full-tilt “Big Star” dedicated “to any girls out there who have a dream,” Kenny and his band were bringing it as hard as the audience was throwing it back.
And being so close to tour end, the pranks and surprises have already started. With a few nights off before their two-night stand at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 6-time Academy of Country Music, 5-time Country Music Association Vocal Group of the Year and Kenny tour vets Old Dominion ambled onstage during the intro to “Save It For A Rainy Day” to surprise the clearly shocked headliner. Laughing at their still pulling pranks, it’s the first time that leader Matthew Ramsey was seen off his cane; he was enjoying the fun as the collected group also threw down a jubilant take on the Eagles “Take It Easy.”
“Nobody pulls one over on me,” Kenny laughed after. “My band and my crew can’t keep secrets, but they kept this one! And it was so good seeing those guys, having Matt and Brad (Tursi) who wrote ‘Save It’ up there with us. It shows what road family means, doesn’t it? They took a night off to prank us!”
Kelsea Ballerini, who’s spent the tour as Chesney’s special guest and performing their CMA and ACM Award-winning “half of my hometown” with him nightly, was also the recipient of some tour ending high jinks. Having given long time encore/play-off “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” a break for most of the I Go Back 2023 Tour, Chesney put it in for some playful vamping with the young woman who grew up in the same hometown Chesney did for a little bit of karaoke dreams come true.
Even more fun was the christening of Kelsea’s nickname which appeared on a sign that was beamed to the packed arena. Half set-up for the next song, half good-natured teasing of a little sister, Kenny told the crowd how much Kelsea loves tequila – and then told the delighted crowd, “Her nickname is now ‘TeKelsea.’” to which the young woman laughed and replied, “Well, I guess it’s gonna be a thing now.”
Highlights and good vibes permeated the evening. With 28 songs, including a few surprises, Kenny kept the crowd on their feet for over two hours. What just started is already winding down for the man who usually spends his summers in NFL stadiums across the country, the reason Variety called him “a stadium-sized superstar” and every last moment feels like a memory to last a lifetime.
Presented by Blue Chair Bay® Rum, I Go Back heads to Charleston, South Carolina then Orange Beach, Alabama.


Canadian singer/songwriter Tenille Arts recently released her brand new song ‘Mama’s Eyes’ on 12/5 just in time for Mother’s Day in the States and Canada.

Written by Tenille Arts alongside Trannie Anderson and Alex Kline, ‘Mama’s Eyes’ is available to stream/download worldwide here.

“I love writing songs about people that have had a huge impact on my life, and obviously my mom is one of those people” explains Tenille. “I’ve been through a lot in the last couple of years and my mom was always the one that picked up the phone and was constantly encouraging me and assuring me that I was on the right path. I wish I could see myself and my accomplishments through her eyes. So that’s what I wrote this song about”.

‘Mama’s Eyes’ is the fourth track from her upcoming project, following the recent release of ‘Last Time Last’ with Maddie and Tae, written alongside Alex Kline, Alison Veltz Cruz and Trannie Anderson.

Listen to ‘Mama’s Eyes’ here

Having first performed in the UK in 2019 as part of Country Music Week, Tenille has since returned three times, embarking on her first UK headline tour last summer, playing the C2C: Country to Country music festival in London and Glasgow earlier in the year and returning this February to play a sold-out London headline show.

Last year was a landmark year for Tenille, with over half a billion lifetime streams, she received awards nominations for New Female Artist of the Year at the ACM Awards, Best New Country Artist at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, Female Video and Breakthrough Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards, Entertainer of the Year, Female Artist of the Year and Amazon Music Fans’ Choice at the CCMA Awards, Best Country Album at the Juno Awards, and won the AIMP 2022 Rising Artist-Writer of the Year Award. She also released ‘Jealous of Myself’, her first single via Dreamcatcher Artists (an expansion of Dreamcatcher Entertainment Group), which Billboard lauded as a “masterpiece”.

“I am honored to be the first artist to sign with Dreamcatcher Artists, and to have the opportunity, for the first time, to participate in the ownership of my music” explains Tenille. “I have been able to have a hand in helping build this incredible team of hard working people who never stop believing in me. I want to thank each and every one of you, you know who you are, for empowering me to continue to chase my wildest dreams. We have already been able to achieve so much together, and I cannot wait to share my new music with the world.”


Runaway June is back with new music, sharing the boot-stomping, fire-worthy “Make Me Wanna Smoke” everywhere last Friday (19th May).

Runaway June’s first release since signing with Quartz Hill Records, “Make Me Wanna Smoke” is instantly relatable to anyone who’s ever been in a relationship that’s not quite over, but probably should be.
“Make Me Wanna Smoke” was written by Jason Sellers, Ella Langley and Bobby Hamrick and captures a conflicted heart struggling with love it can’t quit – even when it feels like a bad habit.

Produced by Mickey Jack Cones, the percussive and rhythmic track keeps Runaway June’s three-part harmonies front and center as band members – Jennifer Wayne, Natalie Stovall and Stevie Woodward can’t help but feel a pull toward someone they know they’re better off leaving behind.

“‘Make Me Wanna Smoke’ has immediately become our favorite song to play live,” Runaway June shares. “It’s slinky and fun and such an empowering way to embrace the back-and-forth nature of a relationship that may not be the best for you. We’re so excited to share this one!”

Runaway June exclusively debuted “Make Me Wanna Smoke” last week (10th May) on The Bobby Bones Show, where Jennifer, Natalie and Stevie chatted with Bobby Bones and gave him all the details on the song, calling it “really exciting” and “very edgy.”

The band’s most recent release was the heartbreak rocker “BROKEN HEARTS (DO BROKEN THINGS),” which scored mentions from Billboard, Entertainment Tonight, E! News, CMT and more.

Runaway June will bring the confessional track and “Make Me Wanna Smoke” to fans this summer with concert dates in California, Colorado and more as well as a performance at CMA Fest in Nashville on the Chevy Riverfront Stage.

Erin Kinsey’s Highly Anticipated Sophomore EP “Bet My Heart” OUT NOW

Records Nashville artist and Texas native Erin Kinsey has released her highly anticipated EP, Bet My Heart, available everywhere now. The new project features songs all written by Erin including the title track, and fan favorites “Always Never,”“Vegas” and “Boys In Boots.”   
After a whirlwind week around the ACM Awards in her home state of Texas, where she performed at the ACM Country Kickoff, hit the red carpet at the awards show, appeared on Good Morning Texas and taped an episode of Texas Today (airing 25th May),Erin stopped by the Today In Nashville this afternoon to talk about her new music. 

Matching youthful effervescence to beyond-her-years wisdom and a heartening, blue-sky country sound, Bet My Heart finds Erin taking the next steps of her personal journey – and doing so right alongside her fans.
Getting more vulnerable with time, she’s spent the last year writing out her life in real time, exploring ups and downs and coming away with an empowering truth. Life rarely turns out the way we expect, Erin explains but with a shoulder to lean on, it can be a beautiful ride.

“The last EP was honest, they were all my stories, but I definitely left out a lot,” she says. “I’m not leaving out anything on this one.”

Bet My Heart follows her critically-acclaimed debut EP 40 East, which she released last year just before making her Grand Ole Opry debut.
“This project is one that really wraps up so many feelings I’ve had since my first EP – the good, the great, and the difficult,” Confides Erin Kinsey. “’40 East’ features so many fun songs that I’m still very proud of, but in hindsight, it’s felt like maybe I left some things out. ‘Bet My Heart’ shows all of my angles, and in such an honest way, that I wasn’t able to lean in half way. Even though it might have saved me from some heart break along the way, there’s no reward like the one when betting it all actually works out!”  
Erin may be a country music newcomer, but she’s been hard at work since she was 11 years old. Now 22, she is the epitome of a 10-year overnight success who has established herself as a Nashville singer-songwriter with a bright future ahead of her. Having moved from Texas to Tennessee the morning after her high school graduation, Erin quickly immersed herself in country music, and in return she was embraced by music insiders who’ve helped her reach her larger-than-life goals.  
Erin consistently receives close to ten million views when she posts an original song on TikTok, where she’s amassed nearly a quarter million active followers. Erin has accumulated over 70 million streams across her catalog to date.  

Bet My Heart Track listing

  1. Boys in Boots – Erin Kinsey, Jordan Minton, Travis Wood 
  2. Stayed a Summer – Erin Kinsey, Sara Davis, Josh Kerr, Micah Carpenter 
  3. Little More Cowboy – Erin Kinsey, Russell Sutton, Jaxson Free 
  4. Bet My Heart – Erin Kinsey, Parker Welling, Josh Kerr 
  5. Always Never – Erin Kinsey, Sarah Buxton, Josh Kerr 
  6. Vegas – Erin Kinsey, Brinley Addington, Barrett Baber                                                    
  7. Handful (acoustic) — Erin Kinsey, Josh Ronen, Kyle Clark


On Friday 19th May, Columbia Records NY/Sony Music Nashville artist-songwriter Alana Springsteen exposes her deepest insecurities in “chameleon.” An infinitely relatable look at her tendency to change herself to fit in, the stark but spellbinding track is the latest release from TWENTY SOMETHING: Figuring It Out available on Friday 14th July – the second installment of her three-part debut album TWENTY SOMETHING.

Listen to “chameleon” and check out the visualizer

Like all of Alana’s forthcoming TWENTY SOMETHING, “chameleon” emerged from a period of intense and often-painful self-reflection for the 22-year-old Virginia Beach, VA, native – a process that’s provided “the beginnings of a blueprint to help me live life on my own terms,” as she puts it. Co-written by Alana, Sasha Alex Sloan, and King Henry (LANY, Morgan Wallen), the song takes its title from a nickname Alana’s mother bestowed upon her, due to her phenomenal ability to adapt to any social situation. But while Alana acknowledges that her changeability can sometimes be a superpower, “chameleon” shines a light on the darker side of hiding your true self from the world.

“My debut album, TWENTY SOMETHING, came together through the work and self-reflection I’ve been doing over the past few years. Amid getting to know myself, I’ve spent time thinking about the role I’ve played in my failed relationships. What I realized is that I was looking everywhere but inward for the validation and love I thought I needed. When you give someone that much power over you, it’s very easy to become whoever they need you to be and to lose sight of who you truly are. That’s what ‘chameleon’ is about,” shares Alana Springsteen. “I’ve always been really good at turning myself into whatever made me feel most validated in any given moment. After all, if I become a version of myself they’ll want, they won’t have a chance to reject the real me – what could be worse than that? That was a really hard truth to admit. Through writing ‘chameleon,’ I learned how to love myself in ways I’ve always looked to others to love me in the past. I can tell you the freedom that comes along with that is exhilarating. I’m so grateful to Sasha [Alex Sloan] and King Henry for digging deep with me. It takes real courage to get this brutally honest and I’m thankful they were willing to go there. And to Paul [DiGiovanni] for co-producing this one with me. It’s hard to make a track feel vulnerable and spicy at the same time, but I think we nailed it.”

Built on an exquisitely raw performance from Alana, “chameleon” begins with a bit of all-too-real confession that sets the tone for the entire track: “I don’t drink but if you pour me a shot/ I’ll throw it back faster than/ You can say Mississippi.” As the slow-burning song unfolds, Springsteen opens up about her people-pleasing habits and struggle with authentic self-expression, threading her lyrics with so many brutally self-aware observations: “I’d rather lie than be lonely/ And I hate to admit/ That my defense mechanism/ Is never really letting you know me.” Co-produced by Paul DiGiovanni (Luke Bryan, Mitchell Tenpenny) and Springsteen, “chameleon” sets that storytelling to a dreamlike backdrop of sprawling guitar tones and softly shimmering textures, magnifying the emotional power of her aching vocal work. But despite its heavy-hearted mood, “chameleon” ultimately inspires the one-of-a-kind catharsis that comes with feeling truly seen and understood – a rare and essential quality that defines so much of Springsteen’s music.

Comprised of six soul-baring songs, TWENTY SOMETHING: Figuring It Out captures what Alana refers to as the “moments of realization that help us see ourselves, which in turn, helps us see the world.”

Spotlighted off the collection is the recently released title track, an intimately detailed account of the nonstop emotional roller coaster of life in your 20s, co-written by Alana Springsteen, Liz Rose, AJ Pruis, and Trannie Anderson.

Since premiering last month, “twenty something” has been featured by Entertainment Tonight, ET Canada, and CMT, among others, with Holler praising it as “an anthem for those caught in the often confusing limbo between being a teenager and a fully-fledged adult” and noting that Alana is “establishing herself as one of the most exciting new artists to emerge out of Nashville’s contemporary, pop-infused sound.”

Pre-save/pre-add TWENTY SOMETHING: Figuring It Out here.

Co-produced by Alana (who also plays acoustic and electric guitar all throughout the album), TWENTY SOMETHING is a landmark project cementing her status as one of the most vital new voices in Country music. Alana introduced the album earlier this year with its first installment, TWENTY SOMETHING: Messing It Up – an irresistibly resonant document of all the mistakes and misadventures of her early adulthood. Released in March, Messing It Up includes such eclectic tracks as “you don’t deserve a country song” (hailed by Billboard as having “all the bite”), “shoulder to cry on” (a song that “perfectly exhibits Springsteen’s ability to craft artful twists into her vulnerable songwriting,” according to Holler), and “goodbye looks good on you (feat. Mitchell Tenpenny)” (American Songwriter’s “Pick of the Day” and spotted across high-profile roundups for E! News, CMT, and more).

Next set to appear at CMA Fest 2023, fans can also catch Alana on the road this summer with Luke Bryan. For a full list of tour dates and ticketing information, please visit AlanaSpringsteen.com.

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