Lorrie MorganDays after the release of her first solo album in five years, multiple Female Vocalist of the Year Award winner Lorrie Morgan opens up about the stories behind Letting Go… Slow, including “Strange,” which can be viewed exclusively on Country Weekly.com, and “Spilt Milk” which premiered exclusively on The Boot.com. The country songstress speaks of her emotional connection to each song, giving fans an inside perspective of the creative process behind the highly anticipated album. More exclusive content from Letting Go… Slow is available on Lorrie.com.

“Every song on this album are songs that I have lived,” states Morgan in the exclusive content. Perhaps her most personal work to date, the album consists largely of the signature ballads Morgan has been known for throughout her storied career.

LorrieFrom emotionally charged covers of old favorites like “Strange,” “Ode To Billie Joe,” and “I’ve Done Enough Dying Today,” to potential new classics such as “Jesus and Hairspray,” “Lonely Whiskey,” and “How Does It Feel,” Morgan has an intimate story to tell for each track in the compilation.

“Where I am in my life right now, I’m not afraid to express what I feel, or what I don’t feel,” Lorrie said, evident in her emotional recount of the effect each song had on her for many years.

Letting Go… Slow is in stores now and available for download on iTunes, Amazon and at lorrie.com.

Letting goLetting Go… Slow Track Listing:
Strange
Ode To Billy Joe
It Is Raining At Your House?
Something About Trains
I’ve Done Enough Dying Today
Lay Lady Lay
Slow
Spilt Milk
Jesus and Hairspray
Lonely Whiskey
What I’d Say
How Does It Feel

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Days after the release of her first solo album in five years, multiple Female Vocalist of the Year Award winner Lorrie Morgan opens up about the stories behind Letting Go… Slow, including “Strange,” which can be viewed exclusively on Country Weekly.com, and “Spilt Milk” which premiered exclusively on The...