The newest single “Country Enough” from British Columbia-born country artist Melissa Livingstone is out on all streaming platforms now.
The track features all the things you’d want to find from an artist like Melissa.
A rocking, upbeat backing track that features a smooth combination of banjo and electric guitar compliments Melissa’s voice perfectly. The lyrics focus on sticking to your country roots, and masterfully paint a picture of the country classics … big trucks, beautiful night skies, and hoedowns.
The guitar solo near the end of the track is a perfect send-off for a single that’s sure to get you moving your feet and singing along. It feels like the perfect song to get you in the mood for the summer (and let’s hope it gets here soon!).
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All About Melissa
Melissa is a self-described “relatable and quirky” country artist out of the small town of Ucluelet, just off the coastline of Vancouver Island. Her mission is to “bring back traditional country in the best way possible.”
Last spring, Melissa released “Gypsy Heart”, a track that quickly gained momentum in the country music scene. This single landed her a spot on two Spotify Editorial Playlists, a Global News interview, and a feature as “Artist as the Month” with the British Columbia Country Music Association. It currently sits at over 100,000 streams on Spotify alone.
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What’s in Store for Melissa Livingstone?
“Country Enough” is the first of three singles Melissa plans on releasing this year. They all come from recording sessions Melissa had the chance to do in late 2021 down in Nashville with Grady Saxman of Saxman Studios.
Melissa’s website describes the opportunity as “ unlike anything she had ever experienced before, and it pushed her to generate songs that were the most authentic to who she is as a person and to her brand.”
You can keep up with Melissa by checking out her website and following her social media.
Jason Saunders is a graduate from both the English Literature program at Trent University and the Journalism program and Seneca College. He has a passion for music, writing, and all things creative.