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Crystal Bowersox Debut Album

Crystal Bowersox Debut Album - Crystal Bowersox captured our hearts on American Idol, and her career is definitely taking off thanks to the show.

Still fresh in our memory how Crystal Bowersox auditioned for American Idol in Chicago, Illinois for the first time. At that time, she sang “Piece of My Heart” and guest judge Shania Twain commented that she had a “raw, natural talent.

Her talent had been only raw since she started her music career since the age of 10. Only when she managed to become the runner-up of the American Idol show then her career starts to rise. With her debut album, Farmers Daughter, finally being released, Crystal Bowersox is an all-American success story that everyone should feel inspired by.

Crystal Bowersox Debut Album

After taking quite al long time on her album preparation, the artist is now ready to launch her debut album which goes by the name “Farmer’s Daughter” on December 14th. The album, produced by David Bendeth (Paramore, Papa Roach), features original music such as “Holy Toledo,” “Hold On” — which was written by Kara DioGuardi and Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger — and a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s 1967 classic “For What It’s Worth.”

Farmer’s Daughter is heartfelt and honest. Bowersox tells emotional, powerful and personal stories on original songs like “Holy Toledo” and the touching title track, “Farmer’s Daughter” which delves into her overcoming abuse as a child. Bowersox’s voice reverberates with passion as she segues from a lilting croon into country harmonies that are impossible to forget.

Crystal Bowersox Debut Album


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