Edgy rising star Sunny Sweeney made history this week, as she became the first female artist with consecutive No. 1s on the official Texas Music Chart. Her duet with Nashville-based singer-songwriter Will Hoge “My Bed” is the second single off her latest record Provoked.
Fans filled nearly two city blocks to hear Hank Williams, Jr. sing his hits during the NRA Country Jam on Friday night (April 10). Lower Broadway in Nashville was shoulder-to-shoulder from 6th Ave. to Honky Tonk Central on 4th Ave., and the crowd arrived early.
Sunny Sweeney's heart-wrenching "My Bed" — which features fellow country artist Will Hoge — is an emotional song that chronicles the breakdown of a marriage. The hauntingly beautiful track from Sweeney's 2014 album Provoked now has an equally emotional music video.
Anyone who thought marriage might tenderize Sunny Sweeney's artistic impulses needs to listen to "My Bed," her duet with Will Hoge. Few singers are so hopelessly committed to heartache as this Texas-raised singer.