With the release of her new album, Fall Into Me, it’s clear CMchatLIVE.com One To Watch in 2014 Artist Katie Armiger has come of age. The album, a work of stunning maturity, also reflects the accomplished young star’s deepening confidence in her own abilities! Country Music Chat Social Community is absolute thrilled to have her join us for a #CMchat Twitterview on Monday March 10 6pmPT/9pmET! Trust me this is a few years in the making.
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Katie co-wrote every song on the 14-cut set Fall Into Me, not because she deliberately set out to do so, but because she had such a clear vision for the project that none of the many outside songs she considered seemed personal enough.
“I know it’s cliché to say, but it really is kind of a diary of my life in the last two years,” she says of the album.
Working once again with Grammy Award-winning producer Chad Carlson allowed Armiger to have quite a bit of control over the album’s direction, so she opted for a central theme: love in all its many forms. “The album is literally about falling in, falling out, and searching for that special something,” she says. “The songs take you on that journey.”
Armiger chose the title Fall Into Me, she says, because “whether or not you’re falling in love, or falling out of love, that sensation of falling is always involved.” Yet other than the defiant track “He’s Gonna Change,” the album’s songs tend to take a hopeful, optimistic tone about romance, and the prospect of finding it. It closes with the sweet ballad “Safe,” which perfectly captures the security of a love that feels just right.
Katie Armiger SAFE Video — A Tribute To First Responders directed by Justin Baldoni Special thanks to the Long Beach Fire Department for donating their time, talent and training facility to help us create a “true to life” video that recognizes the sacrifices of the brave men and women who keep us safe and the families who love them. Other than the lead actor, Travis Van Winklie, all of the “men in uniform” are actual Long Beach firefighters. Please post and share. To give thanks for first responders in your area, please use #ProjectFeelSafe on your social media sites. To learn more and hear firsthand stories from first responders across our nation, please visit www.youmakemefeelsafe.com.
UPCOMING #CMchat SCHEDULE
3/10 #CMchat* Twitterview with Katie Armiger 6-7pPT
3/17 #CMchat* Twitterview with Will Hoge 6-7pPT
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