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NEW YORK SINGER-SONGWRITER

SUNNY OZELL

SHARES NEW TRACK ‘TAKE YOU DOWN’ TAKEN FROM FORTHCOMING SECOND ALBUM ‘OVERNIGHT LOWS’

 

 

 

ALSO ANNOUNCES TRIO OF UK DATES SUPPORTING AARON LEE TASJAN THIS SEPTEMBER

 

 

New York Songstress Sunny Ozell has shared the first track taken from her upcoming album ‘Overnight Lows’:  the sultry, blues-infused, ‘Take You Down’.

 

The track also comes ahead of a trio of UK shows supporting the Indie Folk troubadour, Aaron Lee Tasjan this September, at The Islington in London on 4th September, Gulliver’s in Manchester on 5th September, and King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow on 7th September.

 

‘Take You Down’ showcases Sunny’s classic vocal – a tone of voice you can tell (without being told) was honed in New York City clubs, instilling her sound with elements of jazz, blues and American Roots.

 

All of these ingredients are evident in her new track ‘Take You Down’, co-written by Sunny alongside members of her extended musical family, as are all the tracks on her forthcoming record.

 

This is the first hint of new music from Sunny since her critically acclaimed debut album, 2015’s ‘Take It With Me’, which Songwriting Magazine called “A soulful blend of jazz, blues and Americana”, whilst the Mail on Sunday Event Magazine called it “… a gorgeous, moody late-night kind of a record”.

 

Hailing from Reno, Nevada, Sunny began her classical vocal training at 10, and became the only child member of the Reno Opera Company at the age of 12. Following years of educating herself far and wide musically in Blues, Jazz, Latin music and everything else she could get her hands on, it was her move to New York in 2004 which proved a pivotal moment. Immersing herself in the vibrant music scene of the city, her time there helped to create a sound that’s indebted to the classic songwriting of old, while imbuing it with a fresh, youthful urgency.

 

With ‘Overnight Lows’ due in early 2018, UK audiences have a chance to get a sneak peak of the album with her September full band shows.

 

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