Lift Me Up Kate Voegele. Who Are You Without Me. Between this announcement and the album's release, several songs were previewed and released.
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Manhattan kat the Sky Kate Voegele. Retrieved 21 April Who Are You Without Me. It is a combination of upbeat pop rock music, adding to the sound of her debut album, Don't Look Away Poppop rock.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 13 April Despite those two collaborations, Voegele 's own songs are the strongest ones here, particularly the alternative rocker "99 Times" and the breezy, Nashville-influenced "Talkin' Smooth. Sweet Silver Lining Kate Voegele. meds
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A Fine Mess
This page was last edited on 4 Novemberat Sales of her album appropriately spiked, and Voegele returned to the drawing board soon after, looking to strike while the iron was hot. It was an invaluable introduction to an established TV audience, one whose affinity for photogenic actors and heartbroken drama neatly dovetailed with Voegele 's music. Released in MayA Fine Mess proves to be a fairly veteran production, performed with radio-minded gusto by the songwriter herself and, once again, promoted by a semi-biographical storyline on One Tree Hill.
Don't Look Away Between this announcement and the album's release, several songs were previewed and released.
That's good company for most aspiring songwriters, of course, but Voegele may need another few albums to distinguish herself from her predecessors.