"3 chords and the truth"
That's what Rose-Lynn has tattooed across her forearm. That's the answer to the question the other people born and raised in Glasgow ask her, "Why country music?"
Rose-Lynn has just gotten out of prison. Headphones on, country playlist rolling, she immediately sets to getting her life plans back on track. Her plan is pretty simple. You see, she has a goal, a dream, a purpose...to get to Nashville to fulfill her destiny as a country music superstar.
Who are your musical influences? This is a question asked of musicians, obviously, but what about the ordinary music listener? Why do you listen (or not listen) to certain artists and genres? More than just filling the time during the commute home, listening to John Fogerty’s Wrote a Song for Everyone made me reflect on my own musical influences and why this album is a good illustration of them.
If you like country music this is a great summer read. Bailey and her sister Julie have been singing together as long as she can remember. But now, Bailey has been relegated to playing back-up to costumed country singer impersonators at the mall while her sister and parents are off promoting Julie's solo career. But, country music is in Bailey's blood and she'll play any gig she can get, as long as her parents don't find out. They're afraid she might steal the limelight from Julie. When Bailey meets Sam he invites her to join his band. Sam has big goals and dreams and he wants Bailey