^ she also got married last September
here's a list of songs by new females being released to country radio in the next month or so
Bailey Bryan - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuM7piwUloA
Chelsea Bain - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMcHxcPMe2E
Caroline Jones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKlUFg5hmR4
Kim McAbee - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBZmn0PJBZo
Christina Taylor couldn't find audio
Brooke Eden - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxhNAjv1DG4
Olivia Dvorak - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fvkkw1j1cyY
Carly Pearce - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RUZ2AL9QcU
WOW never heard of any of them, D!!!!! Guess I'm not holding my breath that any of them will chart very well.
Jaime Wyatt Premieres Track Off Prison Stint-Inspired 'Felony Blues' Album | Billboard
There's also this new artist called Jaime Wyatt who has been brutally honest in her interviews about going to prison and also addiction. This interview also includes her song with Sam Outlaw called Your Loving Saves Me, and her debut album is called Felony Blues. I don't think she will gain commercial success but she just might be alongside Margo Price in not having a radio hit but still gaining widespread recognition and acclaim.
Caroline Jones: The song reminds me of the The band Perry.
Brooke Eden: I don't know if I already heard it before or if reminds me of another song. l like it, though.
Olivia Dvorak: She got me with the instrumental, but didn't convince me with the voice/lyrics.
Carly Pearce: Good song, It would be even better if she didn't repeat "every little thing" so much.
I can't see the others videos, maybe because I live in Brazil. Anyway. Two new songs in my playlist. Thanks (:
This new artist is also signed to Third Man Records, the same label that Margo Price is on.
I really like that, and am looking forward to her full album release (April, I think)
Lillie Mae belongs to the Rische family - a few years ago she, with her brother and two sisters, formed the quartet Jypsi - which received some very strong reviews, and had some creditable Mainstream notice - but, sadly without long term success - though in my opinion, they were one of the most promising breakouts of the decade. (Her brother Frank Rische played a significant part in the preparation of Miranda Lambert's new album)
Lillie Mae also played fiddle in Jack White's band - and he is both the producer and the label owner of her new album. (Although I don't check the site often - and don't tend to agree with much of its approach - I'd be interested to see how Saving Country Music review the album - they seemed rather under-whelmed by Margo Price's release, and have made uncomplementary comments about Jack White's influence in the Roots genre)
This is the link to the early listen to Lindi Ortega's forthcoming EP
Lindi Ortega, Til the Goin' Gets Gone - CBC Music
After several years in Nashville - where she earnt a strong underground reputation, made a cameo guest appearance on the first season of the "Nashville" TV series, and became a critical favourite on the Americana wing, Lindi is now living back in her native Canada. Despite the dark theme of her EP, which reflects a feeling that she might need to give up music, Lindi has decided to continue independently. The EP contains three self-penned songs, plus a cover of TVZ's "Waitin' Around to Die" - an Outlaw classic, and a brave choice for any artist to take on.