Ingrid Andress is the subject of a new Amazon Music short film, A Lady Like That, premiering on May 14.
A Lady Like That tracks a breakthrough year for the rising artist through never-before-seen home video footage, candid interviews, and behind-the-scenes moments including her Grammys experience where she received three nominations, including Best Country Album for her debut album Lady Like. The short film will premiere in the Amazon Music mobile app and on the Amazon Music YouTube channel.
To celebrate the release, fans can watch a trailer for a sneak peek of the film, directed by Lauren Dunn, that offers a glimpse into the story of a young artist/writer forging her own path in the music industry. Also available today to Amazon Music listeners is a new Amazon Original reimagined version of “Lady Like”, featuring an orchestral arrangement. Produced by Margot, and arranged by Margot and Juan Villacrez, Andress’ new version of “Lady Like” was recorded with an all-female orchestra in Brooklyn, New York.
“I’m thrilled to partner with Amazon Music, Breakwater Studios, and Lauren Dunn on this short film,” says Andress. “To have the opportunity to work with this stellar team to bring a chapter of my story to life has been incredible. I’m excited for more folks to learn about my journey into the country music format and I hope my story can be encouraging to anyone who feels like an outsider.”
A Lady Like That is the latest short film created by Amazon Music, diving into pivotal moments in an artist’s career. Past releases include Velocity with Kane Brown, The Making Of: “Faith” by Galantis and Dolly Parton, Breakthrough: Gabby Barrett, and more.
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