Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Female Vocalist Nominee - Lou Ann Petty

Lou Ann Petty is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year for her performance on the title track of her debut album, I’m Falling. The bluesy tone with an edgy undercurrent showcases her crystal clear voice with a rich traditional country sound. Her hit single, 'Sugar Cane', is one of thirteen tracks on the album. Whether it’s the bluesy notes of ‘Southern Man’, the toe-tapping ‘I Don’t Know Why’ or ‘Jackasses Need Not Apply’, every song will draw you into her world.

Grammy Award-Winning guitarist and producer, Brad Davis, describes Lou Ann best.
“…‘Don Williams meets Alison Krauss meets Tanya Tucker.’”

Lou Ann teamed up with Brad, at the 2011 CMA festival. Aside from both being from Texas and extremely talented, they share the same management company out of Nashville. I would say Blanchard Management Group (BMG) knows talent.

If you go to Lou Ann’s website and click the MEDIA button, you’ll find links to five outstanding YouTube videos, including her performance with Brad at the CMA festival on the GAC stage.

Seldom does an artist make me want to click the BUY IT! button. If you aren’t buying Lou Ann’s album, I’d love to hear why.

Country Blessings, Lou Ann, on your nomination!

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