Country music's Sara Evans knows the music business remains a perilous journey after navigating some rough roads to success, but she's speaking frankly while enjoying a wild, unpredictable ride with her first solo studio album in three years. Born to Fly Records. One of country music's top female performers over the past 25 years, Sara Evans is singing a totally different tune these days. At least in terms of what her strong and loyal fan base have listened to since she churned out number one country singles like "No Place That Far"," "A Real Fine Place to Start", and "Born to Fly" during a prolific recording career that began with her debut album Three Chords and the Truth in Evans is itching to get back on the road to promote her ninth studio solo album called Copy That , a popping fresh collection of 13 cover songs that showcase her powerful pipes and broad musical tastes established while she was a child singer from New Franklin, Missouri, playing four-hour shows in her family band. Ahead of the May 15 release of Copy That , with stay-at-home orders starting to lift during the coronavirus pandemic, Evans was happy to settle for a little fun in the sun with her loved ones on a day stay along the Florida Gulf Coast beaches capped by a Mother's Day celebration.
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"You'll Always Be My Baby"
Since the late s, Sara Evans has made an impact on the country music scene with her upbeat hits, deeply emotional ballads and relatable lyrics Evans isn't afraid to show her vulnerability; she wears her heart on her sleeve in a few videos that deal with divorce and heartbreak -- subjects she is all too familiar with. But, Evans also uses her music videos to show off her spunky, sexy and lighthearted side too, providing fans with a good dose of laughter and charm. Get ready to ride an emotional roller coaster with The Boot's Top 5 Sara Evans music videos: They range from sweet and sexy to those dealing with issues that are raw and painful. Still, throughout them all, Evans shines as a fantastic singer, actress and entertainer. The clip is the perfect accompaniment to the song, which reflects the unconditional love of a father -- and of God. It begins with a young girl sitting forlornly, waiting for her father to get home. As the song states, she disobeyed him and was expecting Dad to get angry. But, when he arrives home, he wraps her in his arms in a tender hug, and it's enough to bring tears to viewers' eyes.
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We all know what a difference a day can make, but what about a decade? In the music industry, it can take 10 years to become an overnight sensation. In fact, for a lot of performing artists, 10 years can be considered the full length of a successful career in the biz. Sara has released four albums, including a Christmas project, and also married former University of Alabama quarterback Jay Barker since show was shot. Adam married beautiful model Behati Prinsloo in and the couple had their first child, a little girl, in Behati also announced in November that she is expecting their second little one in , and from the looks of that bump, it appears that baby No. Adam, who at the time had not yet started his family, had a different idea.
Where did the whole idea of recording and touring with two of your children come about? One night, the girls were out with us. How did you decide which songs you were going to do for the EP? Avery and Olivia have been playing and performing these songs anytime they would play out in Nashville, Birmingham, or anywhere. I wanted to take over that song. We kept forgetting that connection! I just went in and put a ton of harmony vocals on it. Now that you have the record and the tour, is there any thought to doing a full album or more projects with the three of you? No, not at all. Avery, too.