Rhea Francani Releases New Country Pop Single
Popular country pop singer/songwriter Rhea Francani will release her latest single called “I’ll Go” on Friday, July 10. The self-penned song will be available at thousands of digital music stores online worldwide.
“Although I grew up in New York, I’m drawn to the southern charm of country music’s heartfelt lyrics – songs about love, life and good times. I bring a bit of the city to Nashville.”
Francani co-produces her music with Mike Walter in Nashville, the country music capital of the world. “I’ll Go,” as well as several heartfelt ballads to be released later this year, also features some of Nashville’s hottest studio musicians including Evan Hutchings (drums), Michael Rinne (bass), Todd Lombardo (acoustic guitar/banjo), Rob McNelley (electric guitars), and Mike Rojas (piano/keyboards/B3), winner of the 2015 ACM Studio Recording Award for Piano/Keyboard Player of the Year.
The new country pop single was tracked at Sound Emporium with Assistant Engineer, Joe Trentacosti and was recorded vocally at OmniSound Studios. It was mixed at Overgrown Lawn Studio. The music was mastered by Grammy Award Winning Mastering Engineer, Brad Blackwood. Background vocals were performed by Perry Coleman who has sung with country superstars: Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and more.
The singer, songwriter, recording artist and producer blends classic country with bluegrass, pop and rock sounds to create a distinctive country brand of music, style and fun. Her self-penned work features catchy hooks, danceable rhythms and genuine, warm singing that have won her country and pop music listeners all over North America.
Francani said she wrote and recorded “I’ll Go” to reflect the deep commitment of someone in love. “When it’s genuine, you’ll follow that person to any place and through anything,” Rhea says.
Francani’s new music follows Now Or Never, her 2016 debut album that achieved international attention for its fresh, jubilant sound and All-American energy. That collection includes hit singles “Shotgun Baby” and “Dizzy,” which reached #11 on the global HotDisc chart and was included on All Access Nashville radio services in 2015.
Currently a Performing Arts Teacher at the renowned Florida Atlantic University in South Florida, Francani is an honors graduate from Wagner College. She earned her master’s degree in Music & Music Education from Columbia University in New York City.
For more information about Rhea Francani, go to www.rheafrancani.com or follow her social channels: @RheaFrancani.