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Texas native Sunny Sweeney was raised on classic honky-tonk and Merle Haggard (she even has a “Mama Tried” tattoo on her wrist). Marinated in the twangy tones of yesteryear, her amazing 2007 debut, Heartbreaker’s Hall of Fame, was too retro for radio. So she moved to Nashville and employed the help of Music City’s A-list songwriters. Subsequently, her sophomore album resonates with a more radio-friendly sensibility. But don’t think for a second that Sweeney succumbed to crossover pop hooks or headset microphones. “Drink Myself Single” is a gussied-up honky-tonk hit that kicks off 2011’s Concrete with Telecasters, fiddle, boozy pedal steel, and Sweeney’s own endearing vocals. “From a Table Away” is a slower number with barbed melodies and a gripping narrative where Sweeney sings like a young Natalie Maines. “Amy” boasts a brilliant point of view from the other woman—imagine Jolene replying to her namesake Dolly Parton hit.

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Will Go Far With This Album

Sunny has been totally underrated perhaps because of her sound to Miranda. This is a great album and she has a great new look to match. Hats off to the fine musicians and producers for a great job!


Im not a big fan of country music and honestly i have no idea who this person is. I listened to a couple songs and they were ok. I can only wish the best and hope this album does good.


Ok this is wired


Born: December 7, 1976 in Longview, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A brassy country singer whose retro style garnered comparisons to singers like Natalie Maines and Kasey Chambers, Sunny Sweeney grew up in Longview, Texas. Sweeney was a gutsy, musically inclined girl, if a tad unpredictable. In her senior year of high school, she busted into choir class and demanded to be allowed to sing Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" in the school's year-end show. Sweeney, who didn't even belong to the class, proceeded to belt out the song, much to the choir teacher's surprise. She got...
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