New York, NY (Top40 Charts / Sierra Bernal)
This native Texan's music is expected to surprise and further reshape the landscape of Texas
Country and Country Music
as a whole. As a Southern Belle with grit, fans find relatable, likeable & engaging both on and off the stage.
"She's unlike any other female artist out there," proclaims Ryan of Rhino in the Mornings.
Bernal's music has already been quickly embraced by stations throughout , Oklahoma and New Mexico. It is fully expected that her music will quickly ripple its way to the other markets.
Despite having written hundreds of songs, Bernal had deferred releasing any until she was able to achieve this unique sound she envisioned. Her vision was to blend Country Music's past, present, and future.
"I had a particular sound I wanted to produce and didn't want to rush it. I wanted to make sure I had the right team in place that could help me bring my vision to a reality," Bernal says, "Plus being very hands-on with this production was extremely important to me."
"My influences have been varied. I'm a huge Dwight Yoakam, Kacey Musgraves
& Chris Stapleton
fan, and also regularly listen to Amy Winehouse
& Carrie Underwood," Bernal continues.
Bernal admits that it's unusual to release three singles at once, but doing "the norm" has never been her MO.
"Crazy One" is a high energy piece with Blues and Rock undertones that are rounded out by a guitar solo that audiences say commands them to do an automatic air guitar accompaniment.
"Called on the Rain" is a catchy, melodically pleasing tune with both Spanish and Bluesy flairs and represents the culmination of Nashville and Texas
Her third single, "Sometimes I Get Cold" is a fiery song resembling the likes of Miranda
Lambert and Carrie Underwood
with the Bluesy influences of Chris Stapleton. It's almost impossible not to stomp your feet to this one.
While Bernal is new to the airwaves, she's not new to the music scene. She has performed at Nashville's famous venues Bluebird Café, Commodore Grill and The Fontanel, as well as many around Texas
such as at the Outlaws & Legends
Festival, Dosey Doe's Big Barn, Main Street Crossing and the Houston
Livestock Show & Rodeo Cook-off.