KELLEIGH BANNEN SHARES “DELUXE” ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE VIA TASTE OF COUNTRY

“Deluxe” Named in Rolling Stone’s 10 Best List and CMT Premiered the Official Music Video (WATCH HERE)

“...a swaggering anthem that fuses Gary Glitter-sized stomp with Carrie Underwood-worthy sass.” - Rolling Stone

"...the Nashville native has never compromised the integrity of her sound or her point of view as a storyteller." - CMT.com

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 11, 2019) - Singer-Songwriter and Podcast Host Kelleigh Bannen is exclusively sharing an acoustic rendition of her new single “Deluxe” via Taste Of Country Live Studio Sessions today. Named in Rolling Stone’s 10 Best Songs To Hear Now and The Boot’s Songs You Have To Hear, the swaggering retro-rock anthem highlights Bannen’s bold and confident aesthetic and what Sounds Like Nashville called, “...bluesy bad-girl charm...with a bit of gritty, femme-fatale snarl." CMT recently premiered the official music video for “Deluxe” adding “...the Nashville native has never compromised the integrity of her sound or her point of view as a storyteller.” View the official music video (HERE).

“Deluxe” is the first taste of music since the release of Bannen’s highly-lauded EP The Joneses and was written by Bannen and Danielle Blakey. Bannen’s previously released songs;"John Who," "Happy Birthday" and "The Joneses" - all debuted on Sirius XM’s The Highway, marking the first time in program history to ever have an artist debut three tracks simultaneously.


Listen to “Deluxe,” here: http://smarturl.it/KBDeluxe

Kelleigh Bannen was named in NPR’s Portrait Of A Subtly Changing Nashville, as a woman who is “...figuring out how to circumnavigate roadblocks in the system...with all sorts of shrewd professional and artistic strategies.” Tenaciously building her career, Bannen pushed forward independently releasing her lauded EP The Joneses and over the course of her career has forged her own path navigating between major-label deals and Top 50 singles including “Sorry On The Rocks,” “Famous” and critically-acclaimed “Church Clothes.” In addition, she launched podcast This Nashville Life, which has quickly gained popularity and features guest interviews, industry tips and insights from music business executives and creatives. This Nashville Life was featured by The Washington Post , NPR’s On Point and on iTunes as ‘New & Noteworthy.’ Fans can tune into This Nashville Life and listen to the recently released Season 3 episodes and more by visiting ThisNashvilleLife.com. For more information, visit kelleighbannen.com/.

Jesse Atwell