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Kinsey Sadler is becoming one of the most liked and busiest female country artist performing in the Midwest region. She is under the management team of Johnny Morris Production/Evergreen Records of Nashville; TN. Sadler's vocal strength has been compared to artist such as Miranda Lambert and Gretchen Wilson to the pure soul of Shania Twain and Martina McBride. Sadler takes pride in her live performance and when you see a show there is no denying her ability to electrify the audience. She has been featured alongside Aaron Lewis, Wade Hayes, JB and the Moonshine Band, Bart Crow, Kentucky Headhunters, Glorianna, Steel Magnolia, Gwen Sebastian, and Jerrod Niemann. Kinsey's music is listed in several publications, including All Access Country, Cool Music, Only Lyrics, Got Country Magazine, and Nashville industry publication Music Row. Currently her music is playing on several stations around the United States and Europe. Her first single "Sometimes I Forget" charted on Nashville's Music Row at number 53. On Only Lyrics, Top 100 Songs of the week, "Sometimes I Forgot" charted at number 15. Kinsey's single fell just behind Brad Paisley number 13, Kenny Chesney number 14, and in front of Billy Currington number 16, Lady Antebellum number 17. "Sometimes I Forget" took the number 2 spot for the most requested lyrics to a song.
The title track from her debut CD "The Young And The Reckless", released this past fall and is currently receiving air time nationally and in Europe. Writing contributions to Kinsey's CD include platinum and gold song writers Heidi Newfield and Don Goodman. Heidi Newfield was the former lead of Trick Pony with top 5 billboard hits "Pour Me" and as a soloist "Johnny and June"; and Don Goodman has written several charted songs most notable Blake Shelton's "Ol' Red" and Alabama's "Angels Among Us". Kinsey is currently working with Mr. Goodman on other projects for the future. Musical contributions were made by, Academy of Country Music Drummer of the Year award winner, Eddie Bayers, and Kenny Chesney's guitarist Jon Conley. Sound production was done by the legendary Billy Sherrill at Nashville's Sound Emporium.
"I'm an Oklahoma girl, but I've been traveling since I was little so being on the road is nothing new. I love every venue I have played from big to small it doesn't matter; as long as I get to share my music with the world I'll be satisfied." So if you haven't seen Kinsey Sadler yet, go catch a show soon!