NASHVILLE, TN (February 2, 2015) – Showcasing her gregarious and vibrant personality, RAELYNN is revealing more of her musical journey through a new video profile. Watch now. From her Baytown, TX roots to spreading her wings on The Voice (season 2) and moving to Nashville, RaeLynn has conquered chords, crowds and coming of age.
The charismatic 20-year-old’s diverse set of influences – ranging from her family to Shania Twain, Dolly Parton, Beyonce, Coldplay and Miranda Lambert – is reflected on her aptly-titled ME EP (The Valory Music Co.). The project features five songs RaeLynn wrote, including “God Made Girls,” which solidified RaeLynn as the highest charting debut single by a solo female artist in 2014 and topped the iTunes Country Top Songs Chart.
“Every song is a different side of me but I hope anyone who listens to my music will hear something that resonates with them too,” shares RaeLynn. “That’s my favorite part about listening to an album and going ‘whoa, that’s my song!’”
The CMT’s Next Women of Country honoree has found a fan and friend in mentor Blake Shelton, who has said, “RaeLynn is an inventor and she loves all different styles of music. She has a way of blending traditional Country sounds with this new movement and blending it with Pop.”
Praise continues to pour in as RaeLynn does what she does best … stays true to “me.”
She will perform this weekend in Patchogue, NY (2/5); Freehold, NJ (2/6) and Cortland, NY (2/7) before heading back out on the road with Miranda Lambert’s CERTIFIED PLATINUM TOUR on the West Coast. The fellow Texans have joined forces on “Cowboy Take Me Away” during the encore.
This March, RaeLynn will lend her voice to support Music In Our Schools Month with “Always Sing,” a song she wrote for the National Association for Music Education that will be available on iTunes February 24.
For tour dates and more, visit RaelynnOfficial.net.