THE GIRL NEXT DOOR MOVED AWAY AND NOW ALI GRAY IS READY TO LET YOU IN!
Long time back up singer for Martin Zellar (Gear Daddies front man), Ali Gray is elated about releasing her debut album, "Let You In". An album about true love and heartbreak, Ali wears her heart on her sleeve but proves just how strong a woman can be.
On "Let You In", Ali leaves her 'girl next door' image at the threshold to tell a tale of self-discovery on a journey you will want to travel. "Wishing on a Falling Heart" makes for a striking opening track as it marks the map for your destination. Like any crosscountry road trip, there are peaks and valleys through extraordinary landscapes.
Intertwined with Ali's charming and glistening vocals, you will be astonished by the incredible musicianship. Although "Let You In" was composed mostly by Ali, she had an opportunity to collaborate with renowned writers such as Chris Anderson of Blackhawk,Don Goodman (Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn and Charley Pride) and Kenny Royster. There is also an array of note-worthy musicians making appearances such as Minneapolis-based, pedal steel player, Joe Savage, who adds brilliance and grace throughout "LetYou In". Dan Neale and Patrik Tanner's stylistic differences complement each other with melodic guitar harmonies while the horn section sets the mood for "Midnight in America" as the perfect Friday night anthem. You will find "Traveling Light" has an upbeat arrangement while narrating a tale of heartache that gives you encouragement to standup and walk away after falling on your ass.
A flavorsome recipe of rock, soul and country, "Let You In" is a refreshing approach to music in a world littered with 'Americana' and manufactured pop. It's time to put the top down, admire the sunset and get lost with Ali Gray as she is handing you the key that will "Let You In".