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Kristy Cox Premieres New Album at Station Inn

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Kristy Cox and Jerry SalleyNashville, TN -- Mountain Home Music Company played host to media, friends and fans of multi-award-winning artist Kristy Cox for a celebration of the release of Part of Me. The event was held at Nashville’s Station Inn. Accompanying Kristy and a stellar band on stage was Jerry Salley, who produced and contributed his top-notch songwriting skills to the album.

Part of Me, Kristy's second release for Pisgah Ridge Records, (an imprint of Crossroads Label Group/Mountain Home Music Company), is packed with emotional songs sung from the heart, and delivered by a true vocal powerhouse. Kristy wowed the full house at Station Inn with tunes from her new album, including the fast moving "Another Weary Mile," the heartbreaking ballad "Daddy Doesn't Pray Anymore," and "Young Love Never Grows Old, " a tribute to the long lasting love shared by Kristy's own parents.

Part of MeProduced by award winning Nashville-based songwriter Jerry Salley, Part of Me, features interesting arrangements and a group of veteran, award-winning players, all supporting Cox's powerful vocal performance. Part of Me demonstrates why Kristy Cox has quickly established her in a noteworthy place in today's international bluegrass scene.

With a string of Top 10 hits on Country Radio and Country Music Television in Australia, Kristy was awarded the first ever Bluegrass Recording of the Year Golden Guitar in 2015 for her track "One Heartbreak Away." The song appears on her previous release Living for the Moment (Pisgah Ridge 2013). She is also a winner of the Female Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year honors at the 2013 Australian Independent Country Music Awards.

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