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Although she hardly hides from hints of her past CCM recordings and deep-rooted experience with Broadway and TV, Kristin Chenoweth lets her native Oklahoma drawl blossom here. Some Lessons Learned is a country album gushing with emotion and unforgettable melodies. In the inspired “I Was Here,” she pines to leave her helping mark on a weary world in troubled times. Under earnest sentiments, the song's solid rhythms waltz with traditional tones while self-sung harmonies soar skyward. The following “I Want Somebody (Bitch About)” is a twangy tune that gets a little gritty as Chenoweth longs for that special someone while going down a list of prerequisites. Vintage guitars get cranked up and distorted alongside a stand-up bass in the rockabilly romp “What Would Dolly Do,” easily the liveliest song here. Chenoweth punctuates the chorus with a playful double entendre (“W.W. Double-D!”)—and yes, Elvis fans, it's the unmistakable backing vocals of The Jordanaires piping in. She pays further homage to Dolly on a moving cover of the Parton-penned ballad “Change.”

Customer Reviews

Fabulous as usual

Kristin is absolutely amazing. I love her and she can do no wrong :)


Kristin can do no wrong! She's has done everything anyone could imagine and now a country album. You can tell this is so close to home and each song tells a story that everyone can relate to. Kristin will take the country world by storm!!

Nicely done.

I've loved Kristen Chenoweth since listening to her on the Wicked soundtrack and this album doesn't disappoint. Though I'm not sure I'm ever going to be able to get through "Fathers and Daughters" without bawling my eyes out, this is a very solid album with some pretty awesome tracks. I hope this is a sign of more things to come!


Born: July 24, 1968 in Broken Arrow, OK

Genre: Pop

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

Kristin Chenoweth went from strength to strength around the turn of the 21st century, beginning with an award-winning stage career on Broadway that later expanded into television roles and a recording contract. The photogenic soprano grew up in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and attended the nearby Oklahoma City University, where she earned a bachelor's degree in musical theater and a master's degree in opera performance. She also won a Most Talented Up-and-Coming Singer award in the Metropolitan Opera...
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