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Music Row Magazine Picks Her For The DisCovery Award For Her Powerful Lead Single “You Can Leave”

Video For Debut Single “You Can Leave” Added At, Digital Rodeo and Roughstock 

Lexi Larsen, country music’s rising newcomer and one of the Country Music Association’s CMA Closeup magazine’s “Who New To Watch in 2014” picks, will release her debut album Good Memories on Tuesday, April 8. The album release comes on the heels of some great reviews rolling in on her and her lead single “You Can Leave,” written by written by Larsen, Karin Paparelli and Felicia Fay King.

“The Go Pink Radio Tour was such an amazing experience,” says Lexi. “We loved making so many new friends!”

Along with Lexi’s love of country music and stellar vocal chords—she also shows off her songwriting prowess on her album Good Memories with songs like Something About A Sunday and her debut single, “You Can Leave.”

Lexi funded her album Good Memories through Kickstarter with the help of her fervent fan base. The fans spoke up and showed their confidence in her and love for her music and before the 30 day time period was up, she had collected a veritable mountain of donations to make the album she’d dreamed of.

“You Can Leave” recently went for radio adds at country radio and has been receiving rave reviews from media and radio programmers.

Music Row Magazine’s Robert K. Oermann picked Lexi for the DisCovery Award for the week of Feb 19 saying of Lexi “The lady can sing.” He says “You Can Leave” is “Very promising. Loaded with vocal dynamics. She sings the verses in a husky, expressive alto, then belts out the choruses in a confident, shiny soprano. This woman certainly knows her way around a song.” – Robert K. Oermann / Music Row

Lexi has made strong impressions with radio programmers while she was on her “Go Pink Radio Tour” as she travelled around the country in her Mom’s trademark Mary Kay pink Cadillac hoping to empower people with her music like she learned by example while growing up in the back of that Pink Cadillac watching her Mom empower women through her job as a National Sales Director for Mary Kay Cosmetics:

“Powerful voice … reminds me of Carrie Underwood, but with something more.”
Troy House, Music Director, WKFC/WKKQ/WKFO – London, KY


“When I heard this song I got a little stoked! Added in heavy rotation out of the gate.”
Jerry Proctor, MD/PD- Marianna, FL. 


“This girl is amazing!! We are loving it.”
Steve Robbins, Music Director, WMMG – Brandenburg, KY


“Can’t wait to share this song with our audience. It’s solid and well-produced.”
Troy House, Music Director, WKFC/WKKQ/WKFO – London, KY

The video for “You Can Leave” has been added on Great American Country’s, Digital Rodeo and Roughstock with more to be added soon.

Born and raised in corn country Nebraska, Lexi Larsen is a soulful sounding small-town girl with big city appeal. From the Galaxy of Stars Search to the regional Colgate Country Showdown, she’s been building a solid fan base across the country. In December, Lexi earned a coveted slot to sing the national anthem at the National Finals Rodeo.

The singer/songwriter has opened for Country Music Hall of Famer and music legend Ronnie Milsap, hitmaker Phil Vassar, Warner Bros recording trio Gloriana as well as acts like Grammy-nominated Emerson Drive and most recently the award-winning Restless Heart.

Lexi has captivated crowds as far away as Xian, China with a combination of her unassuming charm and powerhouse voice. Lexi took her new sound on a recent summer tour that brought her from the wild motorcycle rally at Sturgis, South Dakota to a sold-out show in her hometown of Ogallala, Nebraska at the famous Haythorn Ranch. With her country cool, she’s at home anywhere and garnering lifelong fans with the work of a few notes.

Like her single says—you can leave, but you won’t want to.

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