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Burgundy Street is feelings you can dance to.

Sally-Anne Whitton’s rolling country style lightens the emotional load, it powers her songs with a natural high, a drive down an open road feeling of freedom. She is sassy and energetic and her music bounces with her energy.

Each track is wrapped in country charm, Southern Nights paints an enticing picture for the listener, encouraging its audience with its sultry destination at the end of their long journey. Also in the mix the devil may care song, Good Day In Hell, a rhythmic expression the listener will feel in their bones. Each of the album’s ten tracks make anywhere sound like a good time.

Light hearted and easy going, this music is for spring and summertime when its lack of care matches the season and the mood of the listener.