Lauren Jenkins To Release Debut Album & Perform At C2C In March

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Hotly-tipped newcomer Lauren Jenkins will release her debut album No Saint via Big Machine Records on March 15. To coincide with the release, Lauren will be in the UK to perform at C2C (Country To Country) Festival in London, March 8-10, with solo, acoustic spots announced so far on The Town Square and CMW Hub.

Listen to lead-off tracks from No Saint here: No Saint, Running Out Of Road, Maker’s Mark And You and Give Up The Ghost

Lauren also wrote, co-produced, and starred in an original short film titled Running Out of Road which will accompany the release of her album. The film sets Jenkins’s music and passion for storytelling against the backdrop of the American West and the first trailer recently premiered at Variety’s Music For Screens Summit. Watch here: https://LaurenJenkins.lnk.to/RoadTrailer

ABOUT LAUREN JENKINS:
Big Machine recording artist Lauren Jenkins has been a touring artist since she was 15 years old. The Texas born, Carolina-raised singer-songwriter chose a life that would fit perfectly in the songs she writes: across countless smoky bars, fake IDs, and endless miles on the road, music has been her one constant companion. Lauren’s unfiltered lyrics and unmistakably authentic vocals blend traditional country roots with Americana influences; she’s equally at home with cheerful radio-friendly melodies one moment, and expressions of raw emotion the next. Named an Artist to Watch by the New York Times, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Pandora, and many more, she was also chosen as a member of the “Class of 2019” by influential radio DJ Bobby Bones. Lauren recently completed writing, co-producing, and starring in an original short film titled Running Out of Road that accompanies the release of her debut album, NO SAINT, due in March of 2019. The first single from that album, “Give Up the Ghost,” is available now.

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