Nashville artist Kelsey Waldon brings confidence and plenty of twang to her pure country track, "All By Myself."
It's been a great year for female country artists, especially longtime Music City residents like Margo Price and Michaela Anne, who've supplied strong and well-crafted LPs. Kelsey Waldon, another one of the cities finest throwback country artists, is also following up her celebrated 2014 album The Goldmine with a brand new batch of stellar music.
The first cut from her upcoming album is "All By Myself," a gritty and anthemic track about unafraid to stand on your own.
Just like all of Waldon's previous releases, there's a truthfulness and sense of bravery weaved into every single line of the song. If you've ever broken up with someone who thinks you can't survive on your own, this track will make you want to roll the windows down, turn the music up and sing along as loud as you can.
Kelsey Waldon will independently release her new album, I've Got A Way, on August 12. You can find out more about her music and upcoming tour dates at her official website.