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article imageReview: Aubrie Sellers mellifluous on new country album 'New City Blues' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 8, 2016 in Music
Country singer Aubrie Sellers has released her new album "New City Blues" and it is mellifluous studio effort from start to finish.
Her album features 14 tracks, all of which she co-wrote. It was produced by esteemed producer Frank Liddell who worked with such musical artists as Miranda Lambert and the Eli Young Band. The CD opens with "Light of Day" and it is followed by the upbeat and traditional-sounding "Sit Here and Cry."
Sellers showcases her country-rock side in "Paper Doll" and equally stunning is the atmospheric "Losing Ground." It continues with "Magazines" and "Dreaming in the Day," the latter of which is pure ear candy. "Liar Liar" is a haunting yet heartfelt ballad, filled with raw emotions. "Humming Song" is the quintessential lullaby on the album, especially since it is calming and soothing. She displays her spitfire side on the uptempo "Just to Be with You," and "People Talking" is another hypnotic tune that should become a single at some point in the future.
Other prime cuts include "Something Special" and the powerful "Loveless Rolling Stone," where she maintains great control over her vocals. It closes with the ballad "Like the Rain" and on a sassy note with "Living Is Killing Me."
The Verdict
Overall, Aubrie Sellers shines on her latest album, New City Blues. Her voice is crystalline and pure as the driven snow. It is recommended for fans of traditional country music. Sellers deserves to be the next Ashley Monroe in the country genre. This album garners an A rating.
For more information on country sensation Aubrie Sellers and her new album, check out her official homepage.
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