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Contemporary country duo Bomshel issue Fight Like a Girl, their debut album, three years after their Curb licensed EP Bomshel Stomp on their own label. The duo of Kristy Osmunson and Kelley Shepard created a buzz on country radio earlier in the year with the single "Fight Like a Girl," written by the pair with Bob Regen, which has become an anthem — especially for young women — of empowerment. That track is here, as are the barroom dancehall stomper "Karma Is a Female Dog," and the anthemic "19 and Crazy." The album was co-produced by Osmunson, Mark Irwin, and Josh Kear.


Formed: Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Bomshel began as an ambitious Tuesday night ritual, where vocalist Buffy Lawson and fiddler Kristy O. would use Nashville's slowest bar night as their stepping stone into one of the most intimidating music scenes around. Soon, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge was filled with people, including some who would routinely make a lengthy drive to see Bomshel perform. Soon the women attracted major attention and were signed to Curb Records, where they were given their own label, Bombstop! Records. In 2009 the group...
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