Gina Sicilia – Heard The Lie – Exclusive Online Concert Stream Bundle
– Included in this order is (1) Signed CD copy of Heard The Lie, (1) Signed 8″x10″ Photo Print, (9) additional unsigned copies to share, and access to an exclusive 45-60 minute concert livestream.
– Purchase comes with an instant download of the entire album and bonus track “When A Man Loves A Woman” not available anywhere else!
*To download instant tracks, wait until you get to your desktop computer or laptop. Your instant tracks will be delivered in a zip file, which does not work on mobile devices (including cellular smart phones and tablets). *
- Heard The Lie
- How Many Times
- Ready For Love
- Brighter Day feat. Janiva Magness
- Angels Watching
- Man in the Sky
- Light Me Up
- I Do Bad Things
- Growing Dim
Dynamic singer/songwriter GINA SICILIA will release her eighth studio album, Heard the Lie, on August 31, 2018 via Blue Elan Records. Produced by Grammy-nominated Dave Darling, Siclia’s remarkable eighth body of work in just a little over a decade, is a testament to her ever evolving love and practice of blues and country music.
“I’ve never really recorded albums that are straight blues because I’ve always felt the natural urge to write and record my many musical influences. But I have always tried to write blues-influenced songs with pop sensibilities and pop hooks—catchy songs that people can sing along to. That’s something I tried to do even more when writing this album,” say’s Sicilia on her new release.
Over the last decade or so, SICILIA has opened for Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Joan Osborne and Beth Hart, among others. SICILIA integrates down-to-the-roots inspirations seamlessly within the album’s bluesy moments. Such as the strutting “Brighter Day,” an upbeat duet with Grammy-nominated Janiva Magness, who also co-wrote the song, and the piano-tickled slow burn “Man In The Sky,” a showcase for SICILIA ‘s formidable, smoky voice.
“I’m very influenced by being around musicians all the time, and being around so much live music,” she says. “Great things can come from being authentic and forming real friendships and connections with other musicians anywhere, but particularly in Nashville.”