Iconic country artist Pam Tillis is preparing to release her latest studio effort "Looking For A Feeling" on April 24th through Stellar Cat Records. This is Pam's first solo album in eight years and her first recording of original material in over a decade. These new dozen songs will prove that she has not slowed down one bit since her last solo albums and is ready to reclaim her place as one of the leading ladies of country music. The album begins with classic, mellow sounding country acoustics of the title song "Looking For A Feeling," and the rock/blues romp of "Demolition Angel." She slows down for the beautiful ballad "Better Friends," before paying homage to one of her idols with the spoken word lyrics of "Dolly 1969." Pam has the perfect voice for that nostalgic country feel, as displayed in her new songs "Lady Music" and "Dark Turn Of Mind" (written by Gillian Welch and David Rawlings). Pam Tillis wraps up her new album with the bright, light-hearted pop feel of "Karma" and the quiet, acoustic country/folk appeal of "Burning Star." To find out more about Pam Tillis and her latest release "Looking For A Feeling," please visit pamtillis.com.
Soul/Blues artist Lisa Mills traveled the music belt of Muscle Shoals (Alabama), Memphis (Tennessee) and Jackson (Mississippi) to record her new album "The Triangle." Her new fourteen track release includes local and legendary artists from each area to re-create that classic sound that made these locations famous in musical folklore. Lisa starts off her new album with her version of Little Richard's "Greenwood Mississippi," which was recorded in the same location with members of Little Richard's backing band, in order to recapture that magic. The three other tracks that Lisa recorded at Muscle Shoals includes a blazing performance of "Tell Mama," the soulful, swaying rhythm of "Slip Away" and the slow, emotional blues of "I'd Rather Go Blind." Next, she moves to Nashville, TN and records an amazing version of Bobby Womack's "I'm In Love," along with a swinging, R&B rendition of Sam & Dave's "A Place Nobody Can Find." From there, Lisa's final stop is in Jackson, MS, where she delivers the blues romp of Buddy Guy's "Someone Else Is Steppin' In," along with the gospel sounding "Members Only." She closes out her new album with a special stop at Sun Studios in Memphis, TN for a simple, emotion-filled version of Johnny Ray's "Just Walking In The Rain." To find out more about Lisa Mills and her latest release "The Triangle," please visit lisamills.com.