With the maturity of a woman, Sierra Hull is looking for lasting success in music.
On her website – SierraHull.com Bio – it mentions Sierra’s drive to succeed in the bluegrass world. Foregoing the typical route of young musicians Sierra is looking to take the mature route even if it means giving up huge initial success in favor of long-term sustained success.
Bluegrass music has always had a mature sound with beautiful music and sweet vocals. People often think of Alison Krauss and Union Station when they think bluegrass. Some remember the O Brother, Where Art Thou? movie and hugely popular soundtrack from about ten years ago as well.
Today though we have Sierra Hull and her new single Easy Come, Easy Go. The song is about a young woman getting over a relationship. She sees herself no longer crying when she remembers the boy. She’s slowly going through the breakup and moving on. It’s a mature topic and one that fits right in with her goal of becoming a mature musician.
Easy Come, Easy Go is also a beautiful song. The music of the fiddles, steel guitars and mandolin are there. The sound is familiar yet new. It sounds like an Alison Krauss song, but has its own appeal also.
Overall Sierra Hull and her new song Easy Come, Easy Go should find a ready audience in the country and bluegrass world. It’s hard to deny talent like this and people respond to talent, authentic stories, and beautiful music.
What do you think of Sierra Hull and her new song?
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