|Check out Kelsey Waldon’s new album “I’ve Got a Way”|
There is a rumble down in Nashville with an uprising of the true sounds of country music. Surprisingly, females such as Lindi Ortega and Margo Price have been getting noticed for bringing the reminiscent sounds of traditional country music. Hailing from Monkey’s Eyebrow, Kentucky, Kelsey Waldon has been making a name for herself alongside those trying to garner the attention of music fans.
Come August 12, 2016, Kelsey Waldon will be releasing her album, “I’ve Got a Way.” From the looks and sounds of the first single, “All By Myself,” music fans are in for a treat. The first single contains a haunting steel guitar filling the air as Waldon sings with purity from the hills of Kentucky.
Kentucky is known for its country music and Kelsey Waldon is one to definitely keep an eye out for. She will be performing in Lexington at Willy’s Locally Known on August 21st.
According to her website, how does Waldon turn those inspirations into the country music that is so much a part of her? “Lay it all out, and sing it from the heart, way down deep,” she says. “If you do it that way, you don’t need gimmicks.”
Stay tune as I feel like there will be even more wonderful adventures and music coming from the heart from Kelsey Waldon!
Jessica Bray is the owner and founder of Kentucky Country Music website. The Berea College graduate has been a music journalist and historian for over 20 years. She enjoys providing concert photography, reviews, historical articles, red carpet event coverage, and exclusive interviews of your favorite musicians. Jessica is proud to be a Kentucky Colonel and alumni of the FFA and 4-H Clubs. In 2018, she was named one of Laurel County’s Ten Under 40 Award Recipients. In 2019, she was a member of the Inaugural class of BRIGHT Kentucky as part of Leadership Kentucky. She has been featured on the Kentucky Music Preview podcast, Overtones radio show, WFKY Nashville News Roundup, KET, and more. Beyond music, she enjoys traveling, helping her community, collecting gnomes, and Volkswagens.