Kasey Tyndall has released part one of her new two-episode docuseries.
She recruited her inner country circle, including Lainey Wilson, Drake White, Jenna LaMaster and Meghan Patrick, for the debut episode, which peels back the curtain on her redneck roots and early days in Music City.
From winning a Keith Urban competition and life on the road as a new artist, to why her sound morphed following her first project, the tell-all gives fans an honest look into the person behind the music.
Tyndall and Dylan Marlowe have also released their honest new track, “Place For Me.” In the hopeful ballad, the duo harmonize about the best part of their southern roots. The track was written by Tyndall, Jason Gantt, Jason Nix and LaMaster, and dives into what heaven looks like for rednecks.
“One day I was thinking that if my rowdy Granddaddy could get into Heaven so could I, which led me to write this song,” laughs Tyndall. “It reminds me of a bible verse in Matthew, where it says to store your treasures in Heaven. If I had to pick my treasures, it would be what we wrote about in the song. I’m so glad that Dylan Marlowe wanted to jump on the song with me. He’s an incredible artist and when he heard the song he loved it as much as I did, so it just felt right.”
Tyndall will be hitting the road with Tracy Lawrence on some dates early this year.
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