Kree Harrison will release her debut album on Nashville-based Plaid Flag Music in mid-2016. The first single, “This Old Thing,” is now available on iTunes and streaming services.
A 2013 runner-up on American Idol, Harrison is scheduled to appear on the series finale on Thursday night (April 7). She has lived in Nashville since 2002, after her family relocated from Woodville, Texas. As a 10-year-old child, she signed a development deal with Lyric Street Records, but no music was released. She has pursued a music career, particularly as a songwriter, since that time. She has also sung on albums by Kacey Musgraves and Eli Young Band.
Harrison signed publishing and recording contracts with Plaid Flag Music in 2015. In early December, she recorded at Echo Mountain Recording Studio in Asheville, North Carolina. Harrison worked closely with the Plaid Flag team and writer Benjy Davis to complete the project. Davis teamed up with Jordan Lehning to co-produce the album.
“After years of living in Nashville, being inspired, learning, trying to figure out my own journey, I’m proud to say, I know now I’ve made the record when and how I was supposed to. I’m so excited to share it with everyone!” said Harrison.
“Kree is a true talent and has one of the top and most anticipated voices in music today,” said T.J. Johnson, Executive Director of Plaid Flag Music. “We are so proud of this album. It captures her voice as is—honest, raw and audibly stunning.”
Plaid Flag Music, established in February 2014, is a Nashville-based company specializing in writing and publishing with an in-house studio and engineer. Plaid Flag Records was formed in 2015 and signed Harrison as their first talent.
Harrison is booked by Buddy Lee Attractions.
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