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"The Rebel in Me"

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In various ways, we dial back being completely free out of fear, worry, consequences, expectations, and more. We all want to get a little crazy and live carefree. This blues song cites silly examples of some of my dialbacks, then I dive into a long dream of pure freedom, but awaken back to reality with more questions and more longing.

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The Road to You

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The Road to You

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This is Layla's debut album, evoking a carefree whimsy sparked from new love and new beginnings yet reflects on troubles and heartache, and gives appreciation to a simple country lifestyle upon returning to one's roots.

Layla brings a refreshing pleasant sound to Country Folk and Americana music. Her debut album, The Road to You, tastefully envelopes other rooted genres with hints of traditional blues, classic rock, and bluegrass. The easy-on-the-ears album will send you on a journey of love, loss, perseverance, and inspiration.

Layla worked with Michael Mustin and Kevin Todd on production. The album was recorded in March of 2018 at Postal Recording in Indianapolis. The songs were tracked on reel-to-reel using a wide array of vintage, well-seasoned instruments and antique microphones. The intent was to portray a warm and rich sound. Once transferred into a digital system, production took place by Mustin and Todd, who also carried much of the album's accompaniment in the studio through multiple stringed instruments, keys, etc. Other musicians included Cary Jerris on drums, George Mohler on bass, Alex Kercheval on keys, and Laura Adams on violin.

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