Next in Country Music 6/11/15 - Lucy Angel
June 12, 2015No Comments
Taken from lucyangel.com
Lucy Angel began this journey ten years ago when two sisters and their mom packed up their lives in Arizona and drove off to pursue their dreams of singing country music.
After playing shows across the world, opening for musical greats, perfecting their crafts, and recording a debut album, they are ready to introduce themselves to the world in a big way with a new single, “Crazy Too.” Consisting of mother Kate and daughters Lindsay and Emily Anderton, “Crazy Too” is the lead-off single from their forthcoming self-titled album produced by Noah Gordon (Colt Ford, LoCash Cowboys, Bubba Sparxxx).
Signed to Average Joes Entertainment through G-Force Music Group, LLC the trio’s tight harmonies and unforgettable brand has led them to open for Jake Owen, Montgomery Gentry, Charlie Daniels, Jerrod Neiman, Casey James, Neal McCoy and more.
Building their fan base worldwide, Lucy Angel was honored as the first Western/American act to ever sing at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. The release of “Crazy Too” is set to hit Country radio in the fall.
In addition to the new music, Lucy Angel has also been offered another exciting opportunity – a 13-episode “Docus-series set to air in January on the AXS-TV network. The series, entitled Discovering Lucy Angel, follows the Anderton family as they work together to launch Lucy Angel’s debut album in Nashville.
The powerhouse production team behind Discovering Lucy Angel includes Emmy award-winning Executive Producer JT Taylor of Taylored TV who is known for producing one of MTV’s highest rated reality television series of all time- The Osbournes. Eggplant TV’s Terry Tompkins is also an EP on the show.
New music. A TV series. It sounds like it’s a perfect time to be Lucy Angel these days. Lindsay Anderton would no doubt be in total agreement. “I can’t believe the timing of everything. We’ve been here for eleven years. It just feels right, and that it’s falling into place. The record is right, the single is awesome, and then the TV show. It’s a really exciting time.”
And, maybe just a little bit…”Crazy Too.”