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Country Release Round-Up: Callista Clark, Nicolle Galyon, Jimmie Allen & More

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CALLISTA CLARK  – ‘SAD’

Whilst her main focus is the single that she has released to radio, ‘Gave It Back Broken,’ Callista Clark has announced that her debut album ‘Real To Me: The Way I Feel’ will be released this October.

We have been treated to a taster from the album, ‘Sad,’ of which Callista says:

“‘Sad’ is one of my favourite songs that I’ve ever written. It’s super light-hearted and perfect for summer. I wanted the lyrics of this song to be fun and sarcastic – the exact opposite of how I was feeling while going through a heartbreak. Manifesting not being sad.”

RALEIGH KEEGAN – ‘LONELY NIGHT IN LA’

We’ve been featuring a bunch of new tracks from Raleigh Keegan’s new 7-track EP, which will be released on 24th June.

All have a connection, in that the songs were written in the various locations that he has played over the last year.  The project is entitled ‘A Tale Of 7 Cities,’ and we have already sampled New York City, Memphis and Las Vegas.

Judging by the quality of the tracks so far, this may be one of the musical highlights of the year.

JORDAN FLETCHER  – ‘DEATH AND TAXES’

He’s based in Nashville, originally from Jacksonville and is signed to Triple Tigers Records.

‘Death and Taxes’ is his debut single and he has the backing of Dave Cobb who produced the track and the EP ‘True Stories,’ which is an introduction to the talents of this new artist.

The song is about “life, death, love and family and feels like the perfect way to sum up this personal journey that ended up becoming an album”.

KAMERON MARLOWE – ‘GIRL ON FIRE’

It’s his follow-up to ‘Steady Heart,’ written with Jason Gantt and Josh Osborne.

He describes it as a “mellow summer song” which will feature on a forthcoming album that he has been working on for the last three months.

He’s not expecting the new project to be finished any time soon. but he’s promoting the new song heavily with an appearance last weekend at the Chevy Riverfront Stage at CMA Fest.

NICOLLE GALYON – ‘WINNER’

She’s extremely successful as a songwriter in Music City but less so as a performer in her own right. That may be about to change, as Nicolle is releasing her debut album ‘Firstborn’ on 22nd July.

You will have heard the fruits of her songwriting labour. Miranda’s ‘Automatic,’ Dan + Shay’s ‘Tequila’ and Keith Urban’s ‘Female’ are notable inclusions. The album has been a dream for her over the last 20 years.

She describes it as a chance to tell her own story. The pre-release track ‘Winner’ is actually a nod to the place where she was born – Winner in South Dakota. It was written with Josh Osborne and Shane McAnnaly.

JIMMIE ALLEN – ‘SETTLE ON BACK’

The new album ‘Tulip Drive’ (his third) is set for release on June 24th and the track list has been revealed. There are seventeen including this preview ‘Settle On Back,’ written with Tate and Trip Howell and David Pramick.

‘Tulip Drive’ is the name of the street that his late grandmother grew up on.

He’s been lined up to support Carrie Underwood on her huge ‘Denim and Rhinestones’ tour, kicking off this Autumn and continuing until Spring 2023.

STEVENSON EVERETT – ‘DANNY’S SONG’

We have been avidly following his output since we heard his ‘Last Troubadours’ EP a couple of years ago, and we just had to feature his latest release, the first track he has put out in 2022.

He recently appeared at the Bluebird Cafe with Jillian Jacqueline and Alyssa Bonagura. Now that would have been a gig!

‘Danny’s Song’ is a cover of the classic Loggins and Messina song that he’s been performing live for a few years.

LADY A – ‘WHAT A SONG CAN DO (STRIPPED DOWN)’

It’s a magical reworking of one of the best songs and title track from their latest album.

They describe it as “a love letter to their fans”.

TYLER BOOTH  – ‘HEY DAD’

It’s Father’s Day next weekend and right on queue, Tyler Booth has released a song that says that although he’s moved away from home he’s still holding on to everything he learnt from his Dad.

He was brought up on a Kentucky farm and has now moved to Nashville to chase his dream, but appreciates that his Dad gave him the opportunity to chase that dream.

He’s signed to Sony Music Nashville, so that dream may have a fighting chance of being realised.

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