WILDWOOD is as beautiful and unique as her name. Her new release is as colorful and ominous as the moon it refers to, and as bittersweet as the uncertainties of love in lyrics. She chose Moonrise for her first release as it is inspired by her Appalachian roots. Roots she is proud to be a part of as they are the sound and soul of the Carter legacy. Her name, like her music, is lifted from that historically artistic familial origin. “Wildwood” comes from the Carter family song recorded in 1928 Wildwood Flower (Irving and Webster.) A song first recorded by her Great Uncle A.P. Carter with his wife, Sara, and her cousin Maybelle. When asked why she chose this beautiful name, WILDWOOD’s response is an organic combination of storytelling and thematic approach:
WILDWOOD partnered with South X Sea two years ago, writing and recording new material with Producer Brandon Metcalf. The new project consists of five songs, each of which will be released as singles throughout 2017. Friday, February 10th the project kicks off with the release of Moonrise.
For more about WILDWOOD and her answers to The Nashville 7 please read the full article in the upcoming CRS print issue to hit newsstands everywhere…
Check out WILDWOOD: Website: sheiswildwood.com Instagram: @sheiswildwood
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