Singer, songwriter, actress and entertainer Amber Hayes released her new 5-Track EP, titled Running Out of Memories, on Nov. 4, 2014. We’ve told you a little about this EP before – but some things are definitely worth a second mention. I spent a large part of my Monday morning listening to this EP, and I thought now was the perfect time to tell you all a little more about it.
The album, which is released through GMV Nashville/A-OK Entertainment is available on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers. Running Out of Memories features three new songs that are produced by Bobby Terry, a remix of her previously released tune, Me & Loretta, and a new rendition of Cotton Eyed Joe, which was in the family-film, Cowgirls ‘N Angels 2: Dakota’s Summer.
Hayes said, “I am so ready to share new music with country music fans. I’ve wanted to work with Bobby Terry for a long time, and I’m so excited to do so on this project. He has always blown me away with his talent. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the time I’ve spent looking for and co-writing three new songs and I feel like they are just right for me.”
“Running Out Of Memories” – Amber Hayes, Bill Diluigi, JP Williams
“How Can I Feel” – Rebecca Lynn Howard, Elisha Hoffman, Jody Aaron Friedman
“If I Were In Your Boots” – Adam Fears, John Northrup, Tiffany Jena Babson
“Cotton Eyed Joe” – Dance Remix – Amber Hayes, Charlie Kelly
“Me & Loretta” Remix (re-release) – Amber Hayes, Brady Seals, Brian Eckert
Hope you will all visit her web site. Be sure to check out her Facebook page, too – and, remember to “Like” it while you are there! You can follow her on twitter, too, @amberhayesmusic. If you aren’t already following Country’s Chatter on Twitter, we’d love to have you! You will find us @countryschatter.
CONTEST: If you would like to have a copy of Amber’s new EP, “Running Out Of Memories”, all you have to is ask! We have one copy here, that will be given away. If you would like to win it, just send an e-mail with your name and mailing address. Be sure to put ‘Amber EP’ in the subject line. Send your e-mail to email@example.com. The deadline to enter is Feb. 1, 2014, at 12 noon (ET).
More coming soon!