Taken from Alana Springsteen's live performance at Exit/In in Nashville, TN on October 25, 2023.
In just a short few years, Alana Springsteen has become one of the most exciting new female voices in country music.
She released her self-titled, debut EP in 2019, which helped land her opening slots with the likes of Josh Turner and Filmore.
The young singer-songwriter continued to build up her discography with 2021's History of Breaking Up (Part One) and 2022's History of Breaking Up (Part Two), concocting what’s become her signature blend of honest relatability, breezy intimacy and country-pop sensibilities.
Her full-length, major label debut record, Twenty Something, arrived in August of 2023 and many of its 18 songs have become permanent fixtures in her live shows as she's embarked on her debut headlining trek, The Twenty Something Tour, and served as support for Luke Bryan, Tyler Hubbard, Eli Young Band, Switchfoot and others.
Among the cuts that fans can expect to hear from the debut record are the spunky 'you don't deserve a country song' and 'goodbye looks good on you', the lonesome 'shoulder to cry on' and the flirty 'look i like'.
In addition to several coming of age tunes, like 'chameleon', 'here's to all my exes', standout single 'amen' and the album's moving title track, Springsteen also slows things down on jammers like 'caught up to me', 'if you love me now' and the Chris Stapleton-assisted 'ghost in my guitar', among others.
The Virginia Beach native also showcases several songs from her pair of History of Breaking Up EPs throughout her shows, including the slow-rolling love diddy of 'While You're At It' and the regret-drenched heartbreaker of 'Me Myself and Why'.
Springsteen's debut headlining touring effort will make stops in major markets, including Dallas, Charlotte, Chicago, New York, Boston and more, through early December.
For more details regarding The Twenty Something Tour, head here.
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