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Take Your Time

by Laura Walsh

This album is like a mood ring of songs depicting love in its many forms with energetic electricity and attitude, sweet ballads of hello and goodbye, and every intention that no two songs sound alike.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Take Your Time
3:13 $0.99
2. Hit and Run
3:51 $0.99
3. How Many Days
4:28 $0.99
4. Freeze
4:50 $0.99
5. Because of You
4:41 $0.99
6. He Thinks I'm Beautiful
3:49 $0.99
7. Give In
3:48 $0.99
8. Shake These Blues
3:28 $0.99
9. Say Goodbye
4:08 $0.99
10. Iris
3:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Looks are deceiving as power house vocals roar off the stage from the petite, small town, pop country singer-songwriter, Laura Walsh, while delivering one of her captivating performances with pure strength and heart.

Declared the soloist winner of the 2014 Alice Cooper Proof is in the Pudding talent search, Laura added pop country to the lineup at Comerica Theater as she shared the stage with some of rocks biggest legends including Alice Cooper himself at the annual Alice Cooper’s Christmas Pudding concert. Not foreign to large shows and festivals, Laura has performed with other national rock and country acts including the Arizona Liquid Sol Music Festival, with the likes of Train, The All-American Rejects, Buck Cherry, Tonic, and at the Country Thunder festivals in Arizona and Wisconsin with headliners such as Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, The Band Perry, Luke Bryan and more. In conjunction with these, Laura has shared the stage and opened for artists such as Dierks Bentley, Lee Brice, Eli Young Band, Chris Cagle, Craig Campbell, Sugarland, Jerrod Neimann, Dustin Lynch, Frankie Ballard, Jimmy Wayne, Jessi Colter, and The Swon Brothers among others.

Laura - a solid songwriter in her own right - released her debut album "Take Your Time" featuring her original singles that show off a colorful arrangement of different personas - the sexy, sassy, confident "Hit and Run", the heart-wrenching "How Many Days", and the catchy as ever title track "Take Your Time" which landed local airplay on Arizona's biggest country music radio stations and national television exposure from ZUUS Country promoting the music video to her favorite original, "How Many Days".

As a solo artist, Laura has performed in front of thousands of sports fans and shared the stage with some well know artist in front of thousands of country fans as well as music lovers in general. A further testament to her vocal abilities, Laura has become a regular singer at major sports arenas from Patriotic performances of our country's National Anthem at MLB and NBA games to performing halftime shows at NBA games and concerts at new MLB facilities.

Whether in front of a crowd of 50 or 50,000, Laura takes command of the stage through pure strength and passion. She brings powerful vocals and a gentle grasp of the human spirit to captivate the hearts and minds of her audiences. She is for the people, and she is on the rise: pop country singer songwriter Laura Walsh.

"10 Things We Learned at Country Thunder - 8. Why is Laura Walsh not a bigger name? Walsh has a set of pipes on her that fit right in with her stage persona. It was nice seeing a side stage artist make a show there feel like it was on the main stage, and capturing passerby in the process." - K.C. Libman of the Phoenix New Times

"I've already extolled Laura Walsh's virtues already, but I have to reemphasize her talents once more. It's a shame that she's still not Phoenix-based, as her vocal range alone could place her in a number of genres. She subscribes to the pop country label, which may deter some hardcore country enthusiasts, but she's operating in her own lane just fine. She has those frontwoman qualities that appeal to fans all across the board, working the stage from end to end, dancing to and fro, engaging the audience all the while. I'd be curious to see how her show translates to a small-capacity venue -- I'd expect her to blow the roof off the place." - K.C. Libman of the Phoenix New Times



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