Thursday, July 9, 2020

Tawny Ellis Wants You To "Love Life" & The Furious Seasons Deliver New Acoustic Songs With "La Fonda"

Arriving July 24th is the latest release from singer/songwriter Tawny Ellis. Her new album titled "Love Life" features ten tracks, along with help from some very special guests like Ted Russell Kamp, Jesse Sienbenburg (Lukas Nelson) and Gio Loria (Jack Johnson). Tawny starts off her new album with the addictive pop melody of the title song "Love Life," which reintroduces you to her soulful vocal style. She slows down for the country backdrop of "Moonshine" and the emotional ballad "Pretend Love," as her singing simply shine among the stark backdrop of music. You can feel the passion in Tawny's vocals during the gentle touch of "Spark Of Love," before picking the energy back up with the guitar-driven, country rocker "I Believe." Tawny Ellis wraps up her new album with the heartfelt lyrics of "Daddy," sung so passionately by Ellis, along with a slowed-down, countrified version of Steely Dan's "Dirty Work." To find out more about Tawny Ellis and her latest release "Love Life," please visit

Then, two weeks later, on August 7th comes the new album titled "La Fonda" from the acoustic-pop trio The Furious Seasons. Their new ten track release was inspired by love and heartbreak, as they use minimal acoustic instrumentation to deliver their heartfelt messages, beginning with the poetic lyrics of "As A Matter Of Fact." Next, they hook you in with the melody of "Figure It Out," before showcase their amazing harmonizing vocals during the storied tale of "Burn Clean." The Furious Seasons pick the tempo up for the strumming, country sounds of "I Was An Actor," before the emotions of "Pitch Black" bring the energy back down, in order to concentrate on the lyrics of this powerful song. The trio finish up their new album with the country-pop melody of "Vast Divide" and the gentle ballad "I Want To Be Sure." To find out more about The Furious Seasons and their latest release "La Fonda," please visit

No comments: