New Jersey-born country songstress Sherry Lynn has just unveiled her sophomore CD, "A Beautiful Life," a 10-song disc that gained her chart action with its first single, "Girls Will Be Girls,"which was penned by hit songsmiths Kelley Lovelace, Ashley Gorley and Bryan Simpson.
Released on the Steal Heart Music imprint, Lynn's debut single from the album has been described by her PR camp as a "rowdy recap of modern femininity (that) has already inspired a line dance by choreographers Bob and Marlene Peyre-Ferry.
The album, produced by Ted Hewitt, also features Lynn's recent hit with country star Crystal Gayle. The duet, written by award-winning tunesmith Danny Wells ("Check Yes Or No," "These Days"), Jose Luis Pagan and Sarah Lenore, is the project's title track and the song Lynn performed on her Grand Ole Opry debut with Gayle.
The new CD also includes Lynn's previous hit single, "What A Day To Shake A Heartache," written by Kalii Palmer, Ronnie Kimball and Sandy Ramos. The fan favorite is another up-tempo pleaser; a vibrant, driving track topped with Lynn's signature powerhouse voice.
Also drawing the attention of fans and industry veterans is the story-based mid-tempo track titled "Slip Into Something Mexico." Fiddle riffs deftly interplay with Lynn's poignant vocal and bring a shine to the Joe Lickteig, Mike Lane and Tamika Tyler composition. With its tale of "big-city" dreams, the grittier "So Much More" could be the story of the singer''s life -- and she nails the Dave Tough / Justin Busch number with conviction and commitment.
This small-town songstress has made it to the big time, as well as being named to Examiner's "Top 5 Female Country Newcomers" in 2014. As evidence, not only did she make her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2013, but she also entertained crowds at the CMA Music Festival. And 2014 is shaping up nicely for her, thanks to the early success of her latest release.
"Last year was huge for me," said the talented brunet, who's share the stage with Miranda Lambert, the Oak Ridge Boys, LeAnn Rimes, Randy Houser, Gene Watson, John Rich and Chris Young, to name a sampling. "I played more shows at more prestigious venues, and the early response to the new music is exciting. I'm eager to see what 2014 brings."
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