Sandra Lynn (Artist Spotlight)!!!

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Country singer/songwriter Sandra Lynn lives part time in Los Angles and also in Nashville. Lynn’s latest single “Hey California” is a tribute to her home state of California. This song is from her new full-length debut album, which is due out later this year. The song was co-written by Lynn and produced by Dave Brainard. Lynn explains this song is about her California roots, but also shares her love for the musical group the Beach Boys.

“Hey California” is just a start of what’s to come for Lynn. Lynn thinks her new album will speak to mainly women. “Diamond on My Hand,” is another single that will be released on Lynn’s new album. This song explains what women talks about behind close doors. “Beyond the Age of Innocence” is another single from this album and it reveals what happens when a person who is starting to lose their innocence.

Lynn co-wrote nine out of the 12 songs on this upcoming record and Lynn shares “after spending many years on the road opening for country acts like Kenny Chesney, Cole Swindell and Jana Kramer, she chose to stay in Nashville for some time to focus on her song writing.” “Hey California” is now available on iTunes and Spotify. If you would like to find out more about Sandra Lynn then check out her website http://www.sandralynnmusic.com.

 

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