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Mandy Barnett has been called “a song’s best friend” and she demonstrates why with the upcoming release of A Nashville Songbook, a multi-genre, multi-generational celebration of songs that made Nashville famous.
“So many songs with a Nashville connection are worldwide country and pop standards, reimagined over-and-over again and as deserving of praise and preservation, I believe, as the Great American Songbook canon,” Barnett said. “A Nashville Songbook is a snapshot of a group of tried-and-true songs from a town that made its mark as one of the most prolific and creative centers of popular music.”
Barnett brings her trademark emotional depth and interpretive skills to the first two tracks released from A Nashville Songbook, the poignant Skeeter Davis cut “The End of the World” and the Kris Kristofferson-penned “Help Me Make It Through The Night,” which has a deeply personal message that is tender, yearning, and timeless.
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