CHARLIE COLLINS – ” Mexico “

Posted: December 28, 2018 in MUSIC
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Emerging from the shadow of previous band Tigertown, Charlie Collins here forges an inroad into alt-country with formidable results. Although just her second single as a solo artist, Collins’ years of singing and songwriting factor in considerably to the sound of “Mexico.” It’s an inherently accessible song, from its big swinging pre-chorus to the sweet-spot harmonies that garnish its central hook. The twangy low-end guitar, courtesy of husband Chris Collins, also lends a distinct western feel. As its title suggests, “Mexico” is centred on time and place – and it’s quite the journey. Long live Charlie Collins – sorry, viva .

Charlie Collins Grew up in Tamworth on a record collection of storytelling.
Pushed my way onto the stage at the local pub between bands when I was 11.
Have worked since then on being a musician. Played in few bands. Had some wins and losses.
So now I have dropped my band, gone back to storytelling, and looking for my own clarity.
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