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#route91harvestfest - the Highway broadcast

I am sorry have tried to get on board with Nashville royalty’s Aubrie Sellers music. Listened last night again hoping I could change my mind...on the Highway broadcasting of her live performance at Route91- I simply find her music too DARK & depressing….not something that makes one happy that’s for sure. I look to music as inspiration & feel good. This is not feel good music.

Beautiful voice!

I love her beautiful angelic voice but nothing is as amazing as hearing her live acoustic! She will leave you speechless!

potential

With her voice she has potential. I just feel she needs to go more traditional country style; bring in the fiddles, pedal steel, steel guitar etc.

Biography

Born: 1991 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '10s

Nashville singer/songwriter Aubrie Sellers came into the game with a bona fide Music City pedigree, but her country-garage sound is all her own. The daughter of country star Lee Ann Womack and hit songwriter Jason Sellers, Aubrie's influences owe as much to Led Zeppelin as to icons like George Jones and Ralph Stanley. After honing her craft on-stage for a number of years, Sellers began working with veteran producer (and stepfather) Frank Liddell on a set of songs that framed her dulcet voice against...
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