Candy Coburn is one of those artists that seemingly has it all. She can sing like nobody’s business, is a heavily sought-after performer for her high-energy shoe, and well, she’s pretty easy to look at, as well. On her current disc, she puts it all together for quite the collection. You can tell the wide array of artists she listened to growing up – everything from Loretta Lynn to Glenn Miller helped her to become the very talented act that you hear today.
The current single from the disc, “Don’t Walk Away,” is ample proof of her stunning range as a vocalist. It’s a restrained vocal, as she holds back and gives it all during the powerhouse chorus. She also scores on the slower tracks “Anywhere” and “Fool’s Gold,” with the latter being one of the strongest cuts on the album.
Tempo-wise, Coburn is full of a vivacious fire and personality that come to the forefront on the tantalizing cuts “Wrecking Ball” and “You Just Missed This Train.” Another song where she shows her grit is the uplifting “Pink Warrior.” The song, which is being used by the Susan G.Komen For The Cure Foundation, is a powerful one – from both a lyrical and performance standpoint. But, then again, Coburn is full of power – and talent, from start to finish. So, watch out world, 2012 could very well be her year!
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