The new song by local singer-songwriter Annabel Whitledge is everything we hoped it would be.  It's a full throttle Kentucky song, performed by a Kentucky girl and shot at Kentucky Lake.

Here's the recently released, official video for "All Summer Long."

Annabel is from Henderson, Kentucky and has been making waves on the local country music scene (and in Nashville) since she was 12-years-old.  Earlier this year, she snagged a huge award.  She received the Rising Star Award from the Hollywood Music in Media Awards, which honors the music of visual mediums (film, TV, movie trailers, video games, commercials, etc) and indie artists from the around the world.  This particular "indie artist" happens to be from right here in the tristate and she continues to grow as a singer, songwriter and performer.

Annabel will be performing later this week at Friday After 5 in downtown Owensboro.  She'll be taking the stage at 7pm and will be singing hits from country and rock until 10.  I guarantee you will hear "All Summer Long" as well as cuts from her album, No Strings.  And, remember, all shows and stages at Friday After 5 are FREE.

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You can also catch Annabel later this summer when she opens for Craig Morgan and Terri Clark at the Red, White & Brauen Festival in Jasper, Indiana.  Tickets for that event are $30 in advance and $35 the day of show.

If you'd like to learn more about Annabel, you can like her official Facebook page by CLICKING HERE!  She is quickly approaching 5000 followers and fans and would love to add you to that list.

 

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