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4x GRAMMY-nominee Ingrid Andress has released the deluxe version of her acclaimed sophomore album, Good Person, today (LISTEN HERE). Good Person (Deluxe) features three brand-new original tracks, including “Runnin (with JP Saxe). 

Andress kicked off her 20+ date trek on The Good Person Tour Presented by 21Seeds earlier this month with a sold-out performance in Salt Lake City and Denver. The Colorado-native will play to sold-out crowds in NYC, Boston, Minneapolis and more before wrapping up in Norway May 24th (see full list of dates below).

Additional Good Person standout track, “Blue,” was also recently chosen by Kelly Clarkson to perform during the fan-favorite ‘Kellyoke’ segment on her Emmy-winning daytime talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show (WATCH HERE). The song is featured on alongside her current single, “Feel Like This” (LISTEN HERE). As seen on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Live! and co-written by Andress, Ellis and Julia Michaels, the track “puts an informed, mature spin on love [with its] adult approach to the mysteries of relationships” (Billboard). The lauded singer/songwriter also recently earned her second career No. 1 with the GRAMMY-nominated, Platinum-certified hit “Wishful Drinking (with Sam Hunt).”

Hailed by The New York Times as “a Nashville outsider who paved her own way in” (READ HERE), Andress returns to the reflection and confession at the core of her acclaimed debut, Lady Like, and plumbs even deeper on Good Person. In addition to co-writing every track, Andress found herself in the co-producer’s chair once again alongside Sam Ellis, who played the same role on Lady Like. She pushed for bold, experimental sounds that blended banjos with vocoders; swung from sweeping orchestration to spare, acoustic-based arrangements; and showcased previously unexplored parts of her vocal range.

Good Person sees Andress entering the next chapter of her career following her record-breaking debut, Lady Like, named “one of the year’s strongest albums” by Associated Press and one of Billboard’s Top 10 Best Country Albums of 2020. The celebrated LP scored Andress three GRAMMY nominations including Best New Artist, Best Country Album and Best Country Song for the multi-platinum No. 1 radio single “More Hearts Than Mine.” She is also a 4x ACM Award, 3x CMA Award and 2x CMT Music Award nominee.

With over one billion global streams and fans spanning the globe, Andress spent last year out on the road with Keith Urban for his North American “The Speed of Now World Tour” and will head out in support of Walker Hayes beginning in April.

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  • INGRID ANDRESS RELEASES GOOD PERSON (DELUXE) TODAY
    INGRID ANDRESS RELEASES GOOD PERSON (DELUXE) TODAY

    4x GRAMMY-nominee Ingrid Andress has released the deluxe version of her acclaimed sophomore album, Good Person, today (LISTEN HERE). Good Person (Deluxe) features three brand-new original tracks, including “Runnin (with JP Saxe). 

    Andress kicked off her 20+ date trek on The Good Person Tour Presented by 21Seeds earlier this month with a sold-out performance in Salt Lake City and Denver. The Colorado-native will play to sold-out crowds in NYC, Boston, Minneapolis and more before wrapping up in Norway May 24th (see full list of dates below).

    Additional Good Person standout track, “Blue,” was also recently chosen by Kelly Clarkson to perform during the fan-favorite ‘Kellyoke’ segment on her Emmy-winning daytime talk show The Kelly Clarkson Show (WATCH HERE). The song is featured on alongside her current single, “Feel Like This” (LISTEN HERE). As seen on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Live! and co-written by Andress, Ellis and Julia Michaels, the track “puts an informed, mature spin on love [with its] adult approach to the mysteries of relationships” (Billboard). The lauded singer/songwriter also recently earned her second career No. 1 with the GRAMMY-nominated, Platinum-certified hit “Wishful Drinking (with Sam Hunt).”

    Hailed by The New York Times as “a Nashville outsider who paved her own way in” (READ HERE), Andress returns to the reflection and confession at the core of her acclaimed debut, Lady Like, and plumbs even deeper on Good Person. In addition to co-writing every track, Andress found herself in the co-producer’s chair once again alongside Sam Ellis, who played the same role on Lady Like. She pushed for bold, experimental sounds that blended banjos with vocoders; swung from sweeping orchestration to spare, acoustic-based arrangements; and showcased previously unexplored parts of her vocal range.

    Good Person sees Andress entering the next chapter of her career following her record-breaking debut, Lady Like, named “one of the year’s strongest albums” by Associated Press and one of Billboard’s Top 10 Best Country Albums of 2020. The celebrated LP scored Andress three GRAMMY nominations including Best New Artist, Best Country Album and Best Country Song for the multi-platinum No. 1 radio single “More Hearts Than Mine.” She is also a 4x ACM Award, 3x CMA Award and 2x CMT Music Award nominee.

    With over one billion global streams and fans spanning the globe, Andress spent last year out on the road with Keith Urban for his North American “The Speed of Now World Tour” and will head out in support of Walker Hayes beginning in April.

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