News & REviews
Rolling Stone - “Kelsey Waldon Is the First Artist to Sign to John Prine’s Record Label in 15 Years”
“It’s hard for me to put into words what it truly means to me to be signed to Oh Boy Records,” Waldon said in a statement. “To have someone like John, who I have looked up to my whole life, who I have set my songwriting standards after and my general music making standards after, to have someone like him endorse my music and care enough about it to make sure it reaches a wider audience…that means everything.”
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Billboard - “Kelsey Waldon Praises Independence On 'All By Myself'“
"All By Myself" is a traditional county number, with a rhythm section that evokes the '70s and plenty of sharp lead guitar work. The new clip for the track finds Waldon singing – alone, of course – in various poorly lit locales.
On her second album, I've Got A Way, this plain talker from western Kentucky paints scenes from her own sentimental education within Nashville's vital young Americana/country scene, her delightfully direct language and delivery enhancing vivid musical settings that demonstrate her vast understanding of the traditions she mines.
Fader - “Kelsey Waldon Debuts ‘You Can Have It’“
The brightest country debut of 2014 might very well have been Kelsey Waldon’s The Goldmine, a record as sensitive as it was tough, with a few tunes like “High in Heels” written on a par with Merle and Townes. Now the Nashville singer from Monkey’s Eyebrow, Kentucky, is back with a much-awaited followup, I’ve Got a Way, due to be released on August 12. Today, she’s debuting her second single from the record, “You Can Have It.”