Ballad written by hit makers Bryan White, Travis Thibodaux, and Steve Williams featured on Let It All Begin EP
NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Country newcomer JOANNA MOSCA's mesmerizing voice has been compared those of Reba McEntire and Stevie Nicks, but her vocals are distinctly her own on her newest single, "I Guess That Says It All." Released May 13 on CDX Vol. 570, the poignant ballad was written by hitmakers Bryan White, Travis Thibodaux and Steve Williams. Resonating with honest emotion and a wealth of heartache, the tune is sure to engage listeners who have lived these lines before.
"I guess you're leavin'
you walked out the door
the ring on the table
broken pictures on the floor
you can't do this anymore
I guess that says it all"
"When Bryan first played me this song I found the lyrics were real, raw and heartfelt, and it made me cry," Joanna comments. "It's about a relationship that has ended, and there's nothing you can do about it." The single is from Joanna's dynamic White-produced EP, LET IT ALL BEGIN, and fans can enjoy an acoustic video performance HERE.
Mosca will make her CMA Music Festival debut with three performances at:
Wednesday, June 5 – between 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. CMR Nashville's 3rd Annual International Show at Whiskey Bent Saloon
Thursday, June 6 - 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. NCVB Stage (Bridgestone Glass Tower)
Sunday, June 9 - 2:30 – 2:50 p.m. CMA Chevrolet Roadhouse Stage
Fans can stop by and meet Joanna at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 9 at the CHEVY Booth in the Music City Center.
Joanna's career began with the release of three consecutive Top Ten FMQB AC Radio Chart singles between 2006 and 2008. In 2010 she released her first full-length album, JOANNA MOSCA, which contained six original tunes. The album's first single "Keep On Going" shot onto the Billboard Top 30 AC Chart, and earned her a spot on Music Connection magazine's Top 100 Independent recording artists' list. In 2012, Joanna was named "Who New To Watch," in CMA's Close Up Magazine. Mosca was born in Connecticut but currently resides in New York where she has studied acting at the prestigious HB Studio in NYC with teachers who included Uta Hagen and Sir Anthony Hopkins. She has starred in a series of three one-woman shows in New York City that reviewers praised.
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