Alecia Nugent releases new video
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
– Alecia Nugent released a music video for the song Don't Tell Me
off of her recently released album "Hillbilly Goddess "on Rounder Records. The music video, shot just north of Nashville and directed by Glenn Sweitzer, can be viewed at www.AleciaNugent.com.
Nugent recently was nominated for 2009 IBMA Female Vocalist of The Year. The album debuted in the Top 10 on the Billboard Bluegrass Album charts, and both the title track and the album have remained steady in the Top 15 of the Bluegrass Unlimited charts. The IBMA awards will take place in Nashville on Oct. 1.
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From the first notes of Alecia Nugent's "The Old Side of Town," the opener and album title track, her classic country, '80s sound is an immediate draw. Her presence is authentic and commanding. She knows this turf very well, but it's rather remarkable because the IBMA and SPBGMA award-winner is returning to the scene after a 10-year absence, shunning her real comfort zone in favor of classic country.
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Alecia Nugent’s second CD is a winner. She is an excellent vocalist and has a star-studded group of musicians backing her. Nugent takes off at high speed on “Too Good To Be True.” Carl Jackson, Rob Ickes, Adam Steffey and Jim Van Cleve are solidly behind her, driving the song knee-deep in bluegrass.
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