Canadian songstress Whitney Rose can't recall when she started singing Hank Williams tunes because she was so young, her memories don't stretch that far back. But she knows where her lover of classic country took hold: in her grandparents' bar on Prince Edward Island, where she aso heard country-influence genre blenders like the Mavericks. The album is already earning accolades in Canada, including this Calgary Herald rave: "Heartbreaker of the Year is as cool as county comes - an intoxicating round of tequila shots served with the salt of despair [and] the refreshing tartness of living life, and delivered by a server who can sass, flirt [and] cuss, and seduce anybody in the room."
Canadian songstress Whitney Rose can't recall when she started singing Hank Williams tunes because she was so young, her memories don't stretch that far back. But she knows where her lover of classic country took hold: in her grandparents' bar on Prince Edward Island, where she aso heard country-influence genre blenders like the Mavericks. The album is already earning accolades in Canada, including this Calgary Herald rave: "Heartbreaker of the Year is as cool as county comes - an intoxicating round of tequila shots served with the salt of despair [and] the refreshing tartness of living life, and delivered by a server who can sass, flirt [and] cuss, and seduce anybody in the room."
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Heartbreaker Of The Year (Can)
Artist: Whitney Rose
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Canadian songstress Whitney Rose can't recall when she started singing Hank Williams tunes because she was so young, her memories don't stretch that far back. But she knows where her lover of classic country took hold: in her grandparents' bar on Prince Edward Island, where she aso heard country-influence genre blenders like the Mavericks. The album is already earning accolades in Canada, including this Calgary Herald rave: "Heartbreaker of the Year is as cool as county comes - an intoxicating round of tequila shots served with the salt of despair [and] the refreshing tartness of living life, and delivered by a server who can sass, flirt [and] cuss, and seduce anybody in the room."