Nashville, Tenn. – Six-time IBMA “Female Vocalist of the Year” winner Dale Ann Bradley is kicking off fall with the announcement of two new singles. The tune “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” featuring Dave Adkins will serve as the next mainstream Bluegrass release while the chilling track “God Already Has” will mark the latest Gospel single. Fans can download and/or stream the full Kentucky For Me album HERE.
Bradley and Dave Adkins channeled their inner Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks with their Bluegrass take on “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around.” The reimagined version sees both Kentucky natives trading vocals back and forth. The result is a must-hear remake that is sure to strike a chord with Bluegrass fans and radio alike. Bluegrass Unlimited said they both “breathe fire into their ‘grassified’ reprise of the Tom Petty rock anthem.”
Next, “God Already Has” is a stunning track that centers around the powerhouse vocals of Dale Ann. It was co-written by Brink Brinkman and David Stewart. The lyrics focus on forgiveness, creating a new beginning, and focusing on a bigger and brighter future. It was met with high critical-acclaim following the album’s release with TheHollywood Digest saying the song was “as robust as I could ask for them to be, even when they’re at their most stripped-down sonically.” Digital Journal also complimented it and added that “she takes her listeners on a spiritual journey.”
The full Kentucky For Me album includes a total of 11 recordings. The star-studded collection centers around her home state, with songs, guest artists and themes that capture the essence of the Bluegrass state. Featured artists on the album include Sam Bush, Danny Paisley, JP Pennington (of Exile), John Conlee, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Larry Cordle, Dave Adkins, The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys and John Cowan.
Dale Ann is also back on the road touring, where fans will get the chance to catch her perform new songs from Kentucky For Me for the first time in-person. Check out her full touring schedule and learn more at www.daleannbradley.com.
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