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Editors’ Notes

Sounding renewed and self-confident, Sara Evans returns to record-making after a six-year absence with Stronger. Evans puts to rest any doubts about her artistic commitment by co-writing half of Stronger’s songs and singing them with verve and conviction. The survivor’s spirit coursing through “A Little Bit Stronger” sets the tone for the album as a whole. The road anthem “Anywhere” and the romantic story-song “Ticket to Ride” are bursts of pure positive energy. There’s sorrow in these tracks as well, heard most achingly in “Alone” (a lover’s plea for space) and “What That Drink Cost Me” (one of the most powerful anti-drinking songs in recent memory). Sonically, the album moves Evans towards a more contemporary Nashville approach, pairing rock-guitar riffage with twanging dobros and keening fiddles. A bluegrass-tinged treatment of her signature hit “Born to Fly” closes the album on a more traditional note. Overall, Stronger both acknowledges the upheavals in Evans’ life and transcends them with hard-won optimism.

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Love it!

I love the catchy tunes!

Taylor Swift?

I agree, the album cover definitely reminds me of Taylor Swift's 'Fearless'. The windswept hair, the cursive font and the motivational title. Add the fact that they're both country music singers and you've got one heck of a coincidence.

As for the songs, she seems like the typical country crooner to me. But then again, I'm no expert.

Agree with Chelsea

I totally agree with Chelsea King...it does remind me of Taylor Swift. I mean, Sara's record label has even used the same distinct font that is iconic to Taylor, which she used on all of her albums, posters, tour bus' etc.

Biography

Born: 05 February 1971 in New Franklin, MO

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A female country traditionalist during a time when they were quite rare around Nashville, Sara Evans gained her RCA contract in 1996 after her rendition of Buck Owens' perennial chestnut "I've Got a Tiger by the Tail" impressed its songwriter, Harlan Howard, so much that he considered himself duty-bound to help her. While growing up poor in rural Missouri, Evans...
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