Album Review: Walk On by Kellie Coffey

Album Name: Walk On
Artist: Kellie Coffey
Year/Label: 2007 / Independent

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Review by Amy Lotsberg Producer of Collected Sounds

I’m not used to hearing country played on the piano, but that’s kind of what this is; the first song anyway. The rest of it is pretty guitar driven.

Coffey has a very strong voice and a charming quality about her singing. However she sometimes does that talk-singing thing that I have a hard time with (it’s actually the reason I don’t really like country). But in general she’s very good.

This album is pretty highly produced which is fine for this genre. It’s very professional and should earn her lots of status in the business. I see she’s already opened for Kenny Chesney, George Strait and many other big names so I’m assuming y’all will know her name soon!

I do really like “Walk On” and “I Thought I Knew You Well”. “Everywhere” is also really pretty.

While it’s not my particular cup o’ tea, it’s very good and I’m sure many will adore her.

Posted on October 6, 2007

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1 Walk On
2 When Pigs Fly
3 Everything She Never Wanted
4 Strong Enough To Cry
5 I Would Die For That
6 I Thought I Knew You Well
7 Bandwagon
8 It
9 Everywhere
10 I Had A Dream
11 Proud Of Me
12 There You Go Again

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