Nashville Scene Music Video Premiere “Crazy Over Love”

“Sometimes, when things aren’t going well, the last thing you want is someone asking how you’re doing — or even worse, telling you to cheer up. That particular kind of salt in the wound runs throughout “Crazy Over Love,” a melancholy tune in which Tanya Montana Coe, daughter of outlaw country cult hero David Allan Coe, looks back over her shoulder at a relationship she’d rather forget.”

So excited for y’all to check out my new video for “Crazy Over Love”  This is the only song on the album that I play guitar on because it wasn’t recorded in the studio. We ended up using the voice memo that I recorded on my phone the night I wrote it. Special thanks to theNashville Scene Nashville Cream for the premiere, Shane Tutmarc for filming and editing, the American Legion Post 82 and all our friends fromHonkyTonk Tuesday Nights!

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“20 New Country Artists You May Not Have Heard of but Need to Hear”

Photo by Bobby Clark

Photo by Bobby Clark

 

“The artists that have dominated the country charts for many years have become household names: Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, etc.But there is a thriving underground country music scene that features artists holding true to the old school, honky-tonk sounds and draw influence from bluegrass, popular country of the 60s and 70s as well as the mountain hymns of Appalachia and the delta blues. In recent years, this music has received more attention thanks to ground breaking releases from troubadours like Sturgill Simpson and Margo Price.”

Special thanks to 95.3 The Bear for including me and my song “How Low” on this list!

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We Hate Pop Country’s “4 Extremely Badass Albums That You Definitely Need To Own”

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Tanya Montana Coe – “Silver Bullet”

“Did you know that David Allan Coe has a daughter? Well, he does – and she kicks ass. Her debut album “Silver Bullet” was released last year, and needs to be heard by the masses. It has a psychedelic feel to it, with some pop aspects, mixed with a country attitude. People say that we hate everything unless it sounds like Hank Williams, which is completely untrue. We love genuine, authentic music, and that’s exactly what this album is made of. It’s sassy, truthful, and even has a song about DAC on it! What more could you ask for? Get this album now by simply visiting herwebsite, and iTunes!”

I really appreciate the folks at We Hate Pop Country for including my album in this feature. See the full article here and check out the other three artists/albums including my friend, Margo Price, who sang backup on “Silver Bullet” 🙂

 

“Good Lovin” Video Premiere

“Mother Church Pew presents Tanya Montana Coe‘s brand new video for “Good Lovin’”, a track from her forthcoming album Silver Bullet, due for release on October 26th, and available for pre-order now.

The video, directed by Shane Tutmarc, features Ms. Coe herself; its vintage vibe is the perfect complement to Coe’s sultry voice and come-hither delivery.”

Don’t forget to pre-order the album before next week to get it at a discount! You’ll get three songs now and the rest on Monday: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/silver-bullet/id1008256917

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Essentially Pop

“‘Silver Bullet’ will be released online on 30 August, with a limited run on pink vinyl. It’s been recorded in the same “secret” studio where Jack White produced Loretta Lynn’s 2004 album, ‘Van Lear Rose’. For a debut album, it’s a great one – with Soul and Americana influences – even 90s Hip Hop and R&B.”

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