TRACK NAME -DD361
One Girl Band
ARTISTS NAME
Vanessa Delaine
ALBUM
One Girl Band 25 Years
RELEASE DATE
23/6/2020
TRACK LENGTH
3:08
ISRC CODE
AUTMW1800002
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Vanessa Delaine – One Girl Band

In December 2019 Vanessa decided to release her first album in 2020. Celebrating 25 years since she wrote and recorded the album ‘One Girl Band 25 Years’ and its companion album ‘The 1995 Sessions’

The Title Track, ‘One Girl Band’, is an upbeat toe-tapping traditional country song that you can’t help singing along to, the second single to be released off the latest album ‘One Girl Band 25 Years’. Celebrating 25 years since the songs were written and recorded and I am delighted by the beautiful compliments the songs are getting. “I wrote this song as theme song and even today it still one of my favourites off the album” says Singer/Songwriter Vanessa Delaine.

Awarded Top 5 female vocal, her first time at Tamworth’s National Talent Quest in 1996 and the only original song performed that year. Vanessa’s Dad loved the song so much he phoned everyone he knew to play it to them over the phone but unfortunately, he died before the album was finished.

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Written by: 

Vanessa Delaine

TRACK NAME -DD361
One Girl Band
ARTISTS NAME
Vanessa Delaine
RELEASE DATE
23/6/2020
ISRC CODE
AUTMW1800002
ALBUM
One Girl Band 25 Years
TRACK LENGTH
3:08

Vanessa Delaine – One Girl Band

In December 2019 Vanessa decided to release her first album in 2020. Celebrating 25 years since she wrote and recorded the album ‘One Girl Band 25 Years’ and its companion album ‘The 1995 Sessions’

The Title Track, ‘One Girl Band’, is an upbeat toe-tapping traditional country song that you can’t help singing along to, the second single to be released off the latest album ‘One Girl Band 25 Years’. Celebrating 25 years since the songs were written and recorded and I am delighted by the beautiful compliments the songs are getting. “I wrote this song as theme song and even today it still one of my favourites off the album” says Singer/Songwriter Vanessa Delaine.

Awarded Top 5 female vocal, her first time at Tamworth’s National Talent Quest in 1996 and the only original song performed that year. Vanessa’s Dad loved the song so much he phoned everyone he knew to play it to them over the phone but unfortunately, he died before the album was finished.

Written by: 

Vanessa Delaine