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  • Release Date 2014-02-11
  • Label AM:Racket
  • Catalog AM0085
"I know I'm a little too much, a little too tough," slyly intones the east-Texas native and Nashville-based singer/songwriter Laura Lee Bishop on "Real Man," a commanding, yet pleasantly sweeping track that recalls the confident delivery of 80's female powerhouses while maintaining modern pop-rock sensibilities. "Real Man" serves as Bishop's first release on Tommy Boy Entertainment and seeks to introduce the public to a more sonically diverse pop star in the making who is not afraid to make admissions and reveal her true colors. While forever acharming Texan at heart, Laura Lee Bishop is ready to unveil a new side of her craft via a handful of driving tracks kissed with vulnerability, yet biting with raw, confident emotion - a characteristic her music is certainly known and praised for. Music fans are in for a genuine thrill once Bishops rich vocals flow through theirs peakers proclaiming, "I'm a little gritty, a little edgy I'm a woman!"
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