Ell releases "Criminal" video
Monday, April 9, 2018
– Canadian guitarist Lindsay Ell released the music video for current single "Criminal"
this past weekend.
The song is in the top 25 on the U.S. charts, while in her native Canada, this week, "Criminal" was number one at both Mediabase and BDS Canadian Country radio. She is the first Canadian female artist to hit the top on the Canadian Country airplay charts since 2008.
"I am humbled and grateful to be the first female artist to have a number 1 since 2008 on the Canadian Country radio charts," said Ell. "Sometimes you work so hard for the things you want, they feel surreal when they happen. Thank you country radio for believing in me and making this possible. Thank you to each and every fan for never giving up on me. I will try my best to continue to make you proud."
Ell released her debut disc, "The Project," last August. Ell is on tour with Brad Paisley on his Weekend Warrior World Tour through April, This summer, she opens on Sugarland's Still The Same Tour and is on some dates of Keith Urban's Graffiti U World Tour this fall.
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