The third single from Sunny Sweeney's 'Concrete' album breaks a streak of sad, self-pitying tributes to heartbreak. 'Drink Myself Single' is still about a relationship gone bad, but this time the East Texas singer is getting even. Fortunately, she plots revenge as well as she sings about remorse and despair.
Sunny Sweeney is living the good life right now. Besides the release of her sophomore album, 'Concrete,' last week, the singer from Texas is criss-crossing America opening shows for Brad Paisley on his H2O II: Wetter and Wilder Tour. The tour also features the likes of Blake Shelton and Jerrod Niemann, all of whom Sweeney has bonded with over the past several weeks.
Sunny Sweeney is anything but shy. The songs on her new album 'Concrete' bare her most private thoughts and moments, but the Texan almost never flinches as she plays them onstage. That's "almost" never.
Sunny Sweeney's latest album may largely fly under the radar. The blond Texan hasn't had a big radio hit yet, nor has she found a plum opening slot on a major tour this summer. Don't let either of these blanks on her resume cast a shadow upon the quality of the 10 songs on 'Concrete,' however. It's the mature and focused project one usually gets from an artist on his or her third or fourth effort.
Leaving a relationship is hard, we all know that. Sunny Sweeney's 'Staying's Worse Than Leaving' video does not even try and sugarcoat that fact or soften the blow. What appears to be the breakup of a fractured relationship unfolds before our eyes, as Sweeney and her partner are hanging out separately in different parts of their well-decorated home, deep in thought, sporting long faces.
Sunny Sweeney's new single, 'Staying's Worse Than Leaving,' once again shows the amazing talents of the singer's songwriting skills. For the new tune, Sweeney teamed up with acclaimed singer-songwriter Radney Foster and Jay Clementi.
Sunny Sweeney is back on the radio with her latest single, 'Staying's Worse Than Leaving,' the follow-up release to her Top 10 smash, 'From a Table Away.' In new tune from the Texan, she has come to grips that her relationship has reached its limits.
In May, Brad Paisley will launch his H2O II Tour, this time bringing along special guests Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker, Jerrod Niemann, Sunny Sweeney, Edens Edge and Brett Anderson. When Sweeney received the call about joining Paisley on the road through the summer, she was taken aback some, certain there was some sort of mixup.
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