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Divorce, miscarriages, booze, and pills: All familiar country music subjects, but Sunny Sweeney makes them sound devastatingly real and impressively new. On the title track, she tackles love triangles with marvelous humor (“Yeah, he’s got a trophy now/For putting up with you”) but goes for the gut on “Bottle by My Bed,” a confessional ballad about her fertility issues. Her masterful tribute to country greats might give you goosebumps: “I play classical music when it rains/Country when I’m in pain/I won’t play Beethoven if the mood’s just not right/I feel like Hank Williams tonight.”

Customer Reviews

Sunny's back and Better than Ever

Sunny presents her untouchable vocal talent in this awesome new album. GREAT JOB!! I hope everyone else enjoys as much and I have been.

She's back

She's back and better than ever!! Sunny is such an incredible artist who isn't afraid to stick to her guns.


Lucky enough to hear Sunny sign a few of these new songs at Music Fest. Completely lost it during Bottle by My Bed. The voice, the lyrics, she's so very clever. Can't wait for this record.


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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Trophy, Sunny Sweeney
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Country, Music
  • Released: Mar 10, 2017

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