Up and coming New Zealand Contemporary Country Artist, bronwyn, has released her latest single, Wish Me Luck, which will be on her debut album expected to be released next year.
Wish Me Luck is a fun and sassy upbeat track with the perfect blend of country, pop and rock. Singing about taking chances, the captivating melody and lyrics showcase bronwyn’s strong ability as a songwriter.
After the success of her EPs All In and Better Late Than Never bronwyn is returning to have the rest of her upcoming album co-produced once again by multi-award winning musician Phil Doublet with Arnie Van Bussel.
Having experienced and performed in Nashville for the first time earlier this year bronwyn is looking forward to attending the Tamworth Country Music Festival for the first time this coming January.
bronwyn is a contemporary country singer–songwriter from Dunedin, New Zealand. She grew up living and breathing music, playing any instrument she could get her hands on before she fell in love with singing and never looked back. After graduating from the Music and Audio Institute of New Zealand she self-released two original EPs with the latest one All In reaching #9 on the NZ Charts. Her debut single Quarter Life Crisis has also stirred up interest. She describes her EP as “half sass and half heart” and prides herself on the tracks all being self-penned. Other key tracks and fan favourites to hear are Forever Never Yours (the sass) and Just a Little Chipped (the heart).
She draws inspiration from life as well as from many fellow artists including Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini, Kalie Shorr and Tenille Arts. “Their honesty and storytelling hits you so hard, you can’t help but be inspired by them and their music.”