Kalie Shorr debuts new E.P.

Country singer/songwriter Kalie Shorr released her highly anticicipated EP , “Awake,”  on Feb. 2, a  project which features seven songs that bring a rock-infused sound to country. “Awake” is available now on iTunesApple MusicGoogle PlayAmazon Music and Spotify.

“I have always said that I loved country music because it was raw, real, and honest,” Shorr said. “But until now, I found myself glossing over my truth, whether I meant to or not. The truth is, I have lived a lot in 23 years. My life has been messy and beautiful, sometimes at the same time. So this time around, I made a promise to myself to be vulnerable and not hold back- just make REAL music. I am so thankful to get to celebrate this with my producer Skip Black and my incredible teams at Cassetty Entertainment, CAA, and 117. It takes a village, and they are the best village a girl could ask for.”

The debut single, “Two Hands,” was released in October, and was added to Sirius XM The Highway, Radio Disney Country and TuneIn with prominent placement on Apple Music’s Breaking Country and Cool Country playlists.

Shorr has been highlighted as an artist to watch by Huffington PostTBK MagazineNashville.comNew England Country MusicNashville Country ClubOne CountryThe Country SourceNashville Gab, and The Country Note.

Track Listing
1. Awake (Kalie Shorr / Skip Black)
2. Two Hands (Kalie Shorr / Lena Stone / Emily Reid)
3. Candy (Kalie Shorr / Allison Veltz / Emily Wright / Tommy English)
4. Backseat (Kalie Shorr / Skip Black / Savannah Keyes)
5. Damn Sky (Kalie Shorr / Eric Dodd / Riley Thomas)
6. Who What When Where Why (Kalie Shorr / Rami Jrade / Eli Hirsch)
7. Cool Kids (Kalie Shorr / Skip Black / Savannah Keyes)

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Feb. 12 – New York, N.Y. – B.B King’s Blues Club
Feb. 14 – Concord, N.H. – Capitol Center for the Arts- Chubb Theatre
Feb. 15 – Albany, N.Y. – The Palace Theatre
Feb. 16 – Verona, N.Y – Turning Stone Resort Casino – The Showroom
Feb. 17 – Medford, Mass. – Chevalier Theatre
Feb. 23 – Athens, Ohio – Templeton- Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium
Feb. 24 – Richmond, Ky. – EKU Center for the Arts
Feb. 25 – Joliet, Ill. – Rialto Square Theatre
March 9 – Salina, Kan. – Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts
March 10 – Pocola, Okla. – Choctaw Casino Resort- Centerstage
March 15 – Kansas City, Mo. – Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts – Muriel Kauffman Theatre
March 16 – Prior Lake, Minn. Mystic Lake Casino- Mystic Showroom
March 17 – Waukegan, Ill. – Venue TBA
April 6 – Lake Charles, La. – Golden Nugget
April 7 – Mobile, Ala. – Saenger Theatre