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Missy Werner Releases New Single, "I Always Do"

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Missy WernerAs she works toward the release of her next album, singer, mandolinist and bandleader Missy Werner is offering the public a sneak peek with “I Always Do,” a new single drawn from the project. The song follows on the heels of her last album, Three Kinds of Lonesome.

"We originally hoped to release a new album around this time,” says Werner, "but as they say, life got in the way, and we’re not quite there yet. We want to thank all of our fans for their patience and understanding during the delay. In the meantime, I hope that everyone will enjoy ‘I Always Do.’ I’m really glad to be getting it out.”

With IBMA Songwriter of the Year Jon Weisberger producing again, the two sought to make the new project a bit different than her previous album. "Last time, I thought it was really important to record with my touring band,” Missy says. “This time, along with songs recorded with the band, we decided to include a set recorded with some other musicians that Jon suggested, too. Some were familiar to me and some were new, but they all did a great job."

“I Always Do” was written by current IBMA Song of The Year nominee Ashby Frank, and finds Missy backed by Thomas Wywrot (banjo), Megan McCormick (guitar), Maggie Estes White (fiddle), Sierra Hull (mandolin), and Weisberger (bass), with Stephen Mougin and Artie Werner providing harmony vocals. Like Three Kinds of Lonesome, it was recorded at The Rec Room Studio with engineer Ben Surratt at the helm. The complete project is slated for release later this winter.

DJ's may download now at and the single will be available for purchase on ITunes and CD Baby on October 8th.

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