Cassadee Pope will release her second album, Stages, on Feb. 1. Produced by Corey Crowder, who co-wrote her Grammy-nominated collaboration “Think of You” with Chris Young, Stages chronicles Pope’s personal journey and evolution over the past few years, throughout 11 original songs. The album also marks her first independent full-length project following her exit from Big Machine Label Group.
The album kicks off with Cassadee’s two recently released singles, “Take You Home” and “One More Red Light,” which Pope debuted live on Pickler & Ben.
In April, Pope will take to the road on her first headlining tour, the 2019 CMT Next Women of Country Tour. Pope will be joined by Clare Dunn and Hannah Ellis on the trek. Pope launched her music career as the leader of rock band Hey Monday, before winning season three of The Voice and releasing her debut album Frame By Frame on BMLG’s Republic Nashville imprint. Her single “Wasting All These Tears” went Platinum, before she teamed with Young for the Grammy-nominated “Think of You.” In 2018, Pope had the distinction of being the only country artist to perform on the Warped Tour.
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