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About Lydia Cash:
Lydia Cash grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. She moved to Chicago on a whim in 2013 with no plan or job leads, only the dream of making her way as an independent painter and musician.
After finding success as a painter, Cash moved to Nashville in 2021 to further pursue her music career. A relative of Johnny Cash, Lydia rediscovered her connection to country music while living in Nashville and bartending on lower Broadway. Missing her adopted home, Cash returned to Chicago in the summer of 2023.
Cash’s latest release, “Indigo”, boasts her fresh indie take on country music, weaving synths with traditional pedal steel, her airy voice floating with stacked harmonies and emotional, heartfelt lyrics. The five songs share a common theme of longing, whether that be for a person, a feeling, or for the past. While heavy on the nostalgia, there is nothing dated about this EP; honest, full of heart, with confessional lyrics, Cash is creating something new in country music and leaves us feeling good and wanting more.
About Reilly Downes:
Reilly Downes is the sad cowgirl of Chicago. An Americana artist hailing from the Texas hill country, she cut her teeth as a session musician in Nashville, singing behind some of America’s favorite singer/songwriters.
Reilly’s music has been described as, “easy on the ears but hard on the heart” by Music Mecca in Nashville. Her songs divert from typical contemporary country and draw on her Texas roots with a sound that “cuts across each track like a rattlesnake, adding some extra honesty and grit.”
Reilly’s first solo album, Spent, earned her the spot of #1 Americana releases for 2022 as well as features on The Boot among other Americana and Country covering media. Since then, her haunting rendition of, “Wicked Game” has landed her radio play, a feature on Spotify’s “Vibes,” and more.