Flying Island Entertainment’s Gwen Sebastian has released her new single “Suitcase” from her forthcoming self-titled album. Gwen co-wrote the single with songwriter Nicole Witt. “I wanted to release a song that had an uptempo feel to it but also had a story behind it and it’s a story of having strength and moving on,” Gwen said.
Already country radio is embracing the new single with Program Director J. R. Schumann of WWKA, Orlando saying “This is absolutely one of the best written songs I’ve ever heard in years and Gwen absolutely knocks it out of the park! This is ‘Song of the Year’ caliber!” It is also featured in iTunes “New & Noteworthy”section.
Gwen gained national attention when she appeared on the NBC-TV hit show “The Voice” and became a member of Blake Shelton’s #TeamBlake. From there Blake invited her to sing with him on the road and as they say the rest is history.
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