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Soulful and fearless Americana/country-rock artist HEATHER ANNE LOMAX (formerly known as Michael-Ann) has shared the electrifying and colorful music video for her single "Better Luck" after it was premiered via Memphis-based DittyTV last Monday, March 16 here.
The uplifting self-empowerment manifesto "Better Luck" will be featured on the Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter and guitarist's new album ALL THIS TIME (due May 1) and was recorded with the sonics of Elvis Presley's "Sun Sessions" and the American Sound Studios "From Elvis In Memphis" in mind.
The "Better Luck" track, with its captivatingly insistent rhythm, soaring fiddle work and vocal chants, was originally premiered via American Songwriter (2/4/2020). Senior Editor Paul Zollo described HEATHER as: "One of the most expressive vocalists around, she combines the sweet folky purity of Joan Baez with the rocking soul of Janis Joplin with hints of Patsy Cline and Linda
Ronstadt." "Better Luck" was also picked by The Alternate Root as one of "The Top Ten Songs of the Week" (2/19/2020).
Earlier this year, HEATHER brought her fiery energetic live show to The Canyon Club in Santa
Clarita to open for WAR. No stranger to the stage, she has previously opened shows across the country for acts such as Wynonna
and The Big Noise, Lee Ann Womack, Blake
Shelton, Kenny Rogers, Jeff Bridges, John Hiatt, Richie Furay, Don McLean, Judy Collins, Marshall Tucker Band, Joan Osborne, Melanie and Blood Sweat & Tears.
Due to the impact of the coronavirus, HEATHER has postponed her record release show originally scheduled at Three Clubs in Hollywood on Sunday, April 26 until further notice.
ALL THIS TIME features 11 original tracks produced and mixed by Jason Hiller and mastered at Lurssen Mastering by Reuben Cohen and Gavin Lurssen. HEATHER enlisted an all-star team of renowned musicians to guest on the album including Zachary Ross, Ty Bailie, Ben Peeler-Weissenborn, Aubrey
Goodstein, Chris Joyner, Rob Humphreys, Rosa Pullman-Wurlitzer, Maesa Pullman, Ronee Martin, John "JT" Thomas, and Danielle
HEATHER's last record, Heavy
Load (2014), under her previous name Michael-Ann, was voted one of the Top 10 Americana Records from Los Angeles by Turnstyle, Junkpiled Roots Music
Magazine and won Robert Oermann's 'DisCovery of the Week Award' by Music
Row magazine in Nashville.