On the heels of her debut radio release “Act Like A Lady”, iHeartRadio has selected British country artist Fiona Culley for their August Digital Artist Integration Program. As a featured single, the spot will run 3-4 times per day across iHeartRadio’s 126 country stations’ digital streams online. Produced by Tyler Cain and Zachary Maloy and written by Maloy, Culley and Jennifer Schott, the ‘addictive’ (B-Sides & Badlands) and ‘infectious’ (The Country Note) tune has also been added to Spotify’s premiere country playlist, ‘Wild Country’ HERE.
"The rock-esque style in the way of heavy guitar and drums blends beautifully with the slight rasp in Culley’s voice; add in the clever lyrics and the tune becomes infectious. She may speak with an English accent, but she sings like a cross between Carrie Underwood and Ann Wilson of Heart, thus setting herself up for a fruitful career."- The Country Note
For more information on Fiona Culley, visit http://www.fionaculley.com
About Fiona Culley
Hailing from Staffordshire, England, Culley made the move to Nashville in 2012 and diligently began writing, recording and honing her craft. Having been named the ‘Adele of Country’ by industry vet and hit producer Paul Worley (Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Martina McBride, Sara Evans), Culley first raised eyebrows when her cover video of Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” received more than 2 million views overnight. VH1 caught wind of the Culley’s stripped back take on the song and named it one of VH1’s Top 5 Cover Videos to Watch.
Culley recently recorded a duet with superstar and Grammy award-winning artist Darius Rucker, “Life On The Line.” Co-written by Culley, Darius, Cain and Meghan Linsey, “Life On The Line” is the theme song of a Lionsgate film of the same name starring John Travolta, Kate Bosworth and Sharon Stone which premiered in theatres on Nov. 18th. Rolling Stone Country exclusively premiered the music video for “Life On The Line.”
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