Sunny Sweeney Returns Home to East Texas, Show at Love and War Lindale
East Texas native Sunny Sweeney is back home in East Texas this Friday (Feb. 3).
Sweeney's latest album, Provoked, was released to massive critical success. The debut single, "Bad Girl Phase," became the first No.1 Texas single by a female in over a decade. Cementing it’s greatness, it was named to the “25 Best Country Songs of 2014″ list by Rolling Stone. The next single "My Bed," a duet with Will Hoge also rose to No. 1, making Sweeney the first female to land back-to-back No. 1's in the history of the Texas charts.
Her latest single, "But You Like Country Music," with Brennen Leigh, proved to be one of her most popular songs to date.
New year, though, means new project. Sweeney's next album titled, Trophy, is slated for release March 10th. In what may be her most serious effort to date, Sweeney enlists several top-tier songwriters including Lori McKenna, Heather Morgan, and Caitlyn Smith.
The project was produced by Dave Brainard, who also produced Brandy Clark’s critically acclaimed, 12 Stories. Sweeney co-wrote eight of the albums ten tracks.
Don't miss Sunny at Love and War in Lindale, TX, this Friday (Feb. 3).