Becca Rae | Somewhere in Georgia

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Somewhere in Georgia

by Becca Rae

This sophomore album is an intimate, acoustic collection of original country music by award-winning songwriter Becca Rae.
Genre: Country: Contemporary Country
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1. Ain't Ashamed
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2. Somewhere in Georgia
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3. Daddy Montgomery
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4. Crickets
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5. Stay in Bed
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6. Rock 'n Roll Lovers
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7. Someone Else's Song
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8. Maybe I Lied
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9. Me and Sarah
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10. Hard to Get
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11. Sinner Who Keeps On Trying
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12. Table Number Nine
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13. Til My Ship Comes In (feat. Montgomery Gunn)
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Album Notes
Becca Rae Greene has gained the attention of media and fans across the country, with her powerful voice and inspired lyrics. Her music speaks directly to the heart, and her songwriting comes from life experience that can only be described as “well beyond her 25 years”. Whether it’s a bar in Georgia, a honky-tonk in Tennessee, or an amphitheatre in Alabama, Becca Rae performs with emotion and grace. She continues to actively pursue her music career through live shows, writing, and recording.

Her most impressive live performances include opening in concert for the legendary Loretta Lynn, in May 2003, and country music superstars Montgomery Gentry in August 2003. At the Montgomery Gentry show, over 8,000 fans packed the Grand Stand at the Illinois State Fair. She also appeared and performed on the nationally-televised “Maury Povich Show” in New York City, at the tender age of 17. She was recently featured on an episode of DirecTV’s “The Right Place with Kevin Sport”, airing on national television in 2010. Becca Rae’s years of living in Nashville allowed her to perform at world-famous honky-tonks, such as “Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge”, “The Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar”, “The BlueBird Café”, and many more. Becca Rae has built up a strong, diverse fan base all over the country. Living in Columbus, Georgia, she was crowned the 2009 “Rivertown Showdown” winner, a competition for Georgia and Alabama singer-songwriters. She performed nightly in downtown Columbus in packed bars and on outdoor stages. Becca Rae was even asked to showcase her original songs at the 2009 “Thunder on the Hooch” celebration, in Phenix City, Alabama, to a crowd of over 3,000 fans. Becca Rae easily adapts to any venue or crowd size. At an intimate coffee house in Seattle, you could find Becca Rae telling stories and playing her original music to the locals. At a rowdy bar in Tennessee, she takes over the stage with her commanding presence and bold voice. Currently living in New Jersey, Becca Rae has traveled and performed for fans from every walk of life, and her music reaches new fans everyday through her live shows and official website.

The release of her debut original album, “Strength”, in January 2008, marked a milestone in what promises to be an illustrious career for the young singer-songwriter. Becca Rae describes the album as "a collection of songs about the people I know, and the places I’ve been.” To celebrate the release of “Strength”, Becca Rae performed to a sold-out crowd in Lakewood, Washington.

In June 2011, Becca Rae released her sophomore album, "Somewhere in Georgia". This intimate, acoustic album showcases her award-winning talent as both singer and songwriter. Becca Rae describes "Somewhere in Georgia" as "what you'd see at a live performance: no fancy production, no sound effects... just me and my guitar". The album's back-to-basics approach has garnered praise from both musicians and fans. Becca Rae, with her unforgettable voice and presence, is the future of country music.

“If you were to give a doll sentence and song, you would have any number of teenaged pop stars today. If that doll decided she didn’t want to be ‘just another doll,’ and instead wanted to be a real, intelligent woman, then you would have Becca Rae Greene. Becca Rae stands about 5'3" (5'5" in her cowboy boots) and gives you the physical impression of a delicate porcelain doll. But when she speaks, it’s with quiet grace and pride, a healthy respect for music, and a strong sense of self-respect. I was very impressed by her and her music. I hope to see more of this talented young woman in the future.”
-Kent Rogers,

"Everyone remembers that special voice that used to consistently ring out all over the Columbus nightspots in the recent past. You know, that sweet country, rock, soul sound coming from such a mild mannered 'Lady of Song' we all know as Becca Rae Greene. One of our favorite performers ever to grace the local stages... Becca Rae Greene is a success story, and we have the pleasure of telling the world she is one of our own... I'm sure we'll see much more of her in years to come, be it on the Nashville charts or in her return trips to her 'hometown' holler right here in Columbus!"
-Doug Cox, Playgrounds Magazine

"Becca Rae blasts the chorus with powerhouse vocals like Martina McBride but with the soulful elegance and vulnerability of a weary traveler... Ms. Greene, who despite her stop-and-stare vocals is surprisingly soft-spoken and humble for someone who has recorded two records, performed across the country, and opened for superstars Loretta Lynn and Montgomery Gentry at the age of 17."
-Allison Musante, TimeOff Magazine


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