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No Sugar

KasCie Page

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1
Churches and Honkytonks
KasCie Page
3:19
2
Show Me the Honey
KasCie Page
3:03
3
That Ain't Nothing
KasCie Page
3:44
4
Fire You Left Smoking
KasCie Page
3:23
5
Long Way
KasCie Page
3:21
6
I'm Free
KasCie Page
3:06
7
So I Let You
KasCie Page
2:55
8
No Sugar
KasCie Page
3:20
9
Soldier's Daughter
KasCie Page
3:43
10
Amazing Grace
KasCie Page
3:09
Total Playing Time    33:03
While it may sound like a cliché, KasCie Page is a small town girl with big dreams. The South Carolina native always knew music would be a big part of her life as she absorbed influences from Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Stevie Nicks and her own mother, a church singer. Those elements are all apparent in her vocal and musical style on her debut album No Sugar, recorded in Nashville and featuring several co-written original songs.

"I grew up singing in church with my mom and joined the chorus in school as soon as I could. I always found peace and serenity in music and felt it as a great way to release my feelings and thoughts. I began writing poetry that translated into songs in my early teens and imagined them playing on the radio one day."
- KasCie Page
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lamon Records Studio Masters

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