Andress reveals songs on debut
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
– Ingrid Andress revealed the track list today of the songs on her upcoming debut, "Lady Like."
Andress, 28, was a co-writer and co-producer on all eight songs, including her current single "More Hearts Than Mine" that made history as the only solo-female-debut to crack Top 20 on the Country Airplay chart in 2019.
The Colorado native, who graduated from Berklee College of Music, will hit the stage at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena this weekend for back-to-back sold out nights to kick off Dan + Shay's The (Arena) Tour. She'll also join Thomas Rhett in May for the opening nights of his Center Point Road tour before heading out on Tim McGraw's Here On Earth stadium tour this summer.
Andress has penned several songs for artists across multiple genres including Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX, FLETCHER and Dove Cameron.
Songs on the CD are:
1. "Bad Advice" - Ingrid Andress, Derrick Southerland, Jamie Moore
2. "Both" - Ingrid Andress, Derrick Southerland, Jordan Schmidt
3. "We're Not Friends" - Ingrid Andress, AJ Pruis, Derrick Southerland, Nate Cyphert
4. "The Stranger" - Ingrid Andress, Ryan Lafferty
5. "Anything But Love" - Ingrid Andress, Jamie Floyd, Zach Abend
6. "More Hearts Than Mine" - Ingrid Andress, Sam Ellis, Derrick Southerland
7. "Life of the Party" - Ingrid Andress, Jason Yik Nam Wu, Jesse Thomas
8. "Lady Like" - Ingrid Andress, Sam Ellis, Derrick Southerland
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