California native Callie Twisselman is a young lady that the entertainment world needs to be watching very closely. With the release of her latest single, "Hung Me On The Line," she is proving Country Music is still alive and kicking.
From the second this song starts, there is a Dolly Parton or Emmylou Harris edge to it that will make your jaw drop. Being a huge fan of heartbreak tunes, hearing "You hung me on the line babe, you left me on a Sunday" will force you to hit repeat. Nothing makes a song stand out more than an artist who can paint a portrait, leaving you a visual so profound that your mind continues on an emotional roller coaster even when it is complete. The female in this song knew the day was coming, but wouldn't face the realization that she would soon be single again. Facing the fact that she is now alone, all she can do is look back on the past, knowing the outcome was inevitable.
Twisselman's "built for twang" vocals offer a mixture of classic Country, blended with some modern Rock and a flare of Blues, creating a perfectly mixed song that matches the quality of any hit single on the charts. "Hung Me On The Line" has deep emotions and a jagged edge that most artists seem to be lacking. If you are looking for something "cookie-cutter" then keep on trucking, because Callie Twisselman is paving her own way in Music City with a unique style that only she is capable of doing.