Sandra Lynn is making a statement in country music with her unique sound and we absolutely love it!
A California girl with a Nashville heart, Lynn has made it her mission to capture that transportive quality in her music, whether she’s in the recording studio or onstage. Since launching her career in last year with her self-titled debut EP (which was arranged and produced by Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus), Lynn has been out on the live circuit, opening for both Kenny Chesney and Kenny Rogers, performing during CMA Fest and on the KNE New Music Stage at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, and playing at local Nashville venues, including 3rd and Lindsley and The Listening Room. She has also been working with some of Nashville’s hottest songwriters, including Hall of Famers Gary Burr and Tom Schuyler, Tia Sillers, Victoria Banks, Mike Mobley, and Travis Meadows and Jeremy Spillman, who co-wrote her debut track “You Belong” with Lori McKenna.
The country songstress writes songs that are “bro country” influenced, which is seen in her two most recent singles “Afterparty” and “Bar Hoppin’.” “‘Bro Country’ seems to focus on the guys always doing the drinking, having a good time out, and cat callin’ on the ladies. That’s why Bobby and I wrote ‘Bar Hoppin’,’ because as much as the guys like to go out drinking and partying, us girls like it too. We love to hang and rally for an evening blowing off some steam, moving from bar to bar and letting loose every once in a while. That’s the time you get to be silly with your friends, meet new people, and dance the night away,” Sandra says.
Sandra’s latest single “Bar Hoppin'” can be heard on SiriusXM’s “The Highway” and is available on iTunes here. The video follows Sandra Lynn and friends through a night on the town, moving from one bar to the next and enjoying a girls’ night out.
CelebSecrets4U caught up with Sandra Lynn earlier this summer during the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tenn. In our interview, Sandra talks about the inspiration behind her new single “Bar Hoppin’,” her unique “bro country” influenced sound, and what’s next for her in the future. She also tells us her favorite go-to karaoke songs — you have to watch the video below!
For more information on Sandra Lynn, follow her on Twitter at @SandraLynnMusic.