Video of the Week: Easy Come, Easy Go by Sierra Hull

Sierra Hull
Mandolin sensation Sierra Hull has released “Easy Come, Easy Go,” the video for the single from her new album Daybreak. The video was directed by award David McClister (Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Leann Rimes) and was filmed in one day at the Two Rivers Mansion in Nashville. It features her touring band called Highway 111.

Daybreak was produced by Union Station’s bassist, Barry Bales. It features some of the best singers and players in the contemporary bluegrass scene. This is Sierra Hull‘s follow-up to 2008’s Secrets.

Sierra Hull is a bluegrass singer, songwriter, and virtuoso mandolin player. The 19 year old musician has become one of the sensations in the bluegrass world. She is in her final year at Berklee College of Music where she is the first bluegrass artist to be awarded Berklee’s Presidential Scholarship. This prestigious award is given to only 5 students out of thousands of applicants. It includes tuition, school fees, and room and board.

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Author: World Music Central News Department

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