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Country singer Sunny Sweeney to perform at Proud Larry’s

Country music singer Sunny Sweeney is set to perform at Proud Larry’s on Wednesday, July 6 at 8:30 p.m. for a night of music and fun. The one-night performance will be Sweeney’s second appearance at the food joint and live music venue located at 211 South Lamar Boulevard.
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Sunny Sweeney announces new LP ‘Married Alone,’ shares song ft Paul Cauthen

Houston-born country singer Sunny Sweeney will follow 2017's Trophy with her first album in five years, Married Alone, on September 23 via Aunt Daddy/Thirty Tigers (pre-order). The album was co-produced by Paul Cauthen (who's fresh off releasing his own new album Country Coming Down), alongside The Texas Gentlemen's Beau Bedford, and Paul also sings with Sunny on lead single "A Song Can't Fix Everything." As the title implies, it's a bittersweet, melancholic song that's about life's struggles but also the comforting power of music. It's a gorgeous first taste of the album, and you can hear it below.
HOUSTON, TX
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Sunny Sweeney, With The Help Of Paul Cauthen, Paints A Beautiful Picture Of A Hard Reminder In “A Song Can’t Fix Everything,”

June 3, 2022 – Nashville, TN – “I was stepping into the elevator at my hotel as we were leaving Chicago after a great run, and this title popped into my head,” says prolific songwriter and singer Sunny Sweeney of her new tune “A Song Can’t Fix Everything.” Sweeney, an artist known for her uncanny ability to straddle the line of demarcation between Texas Country and Nashville Americana, recounts the lightbulb moment, saying, “Despite the fact that music is so special to me, and always has been, and can lift me up and bring me out of a funk, I was having a shitty day. I only wanted to stay in bed and listen to Tom Petty.” What she andLori McKenna wrote in the final version of “A Song Can’t Fix Everything” is at once uplifting and heartbreaking.“That song can’t bring my mother back to life,” Sweeney sings at the song’s start, before recounting the many ways that music may be able to transport us to the past but can never fix it. “It’s about just trying to find those three minutes of happiness you get relating to something and taking yourself out of your everyday life,” says Sweeney. “Letting yourself slip away, it can feel like it’s going to be ok, even if, ultimately, it may not be.” Sweeney is joined on vocals by the song and album’s co-producer, beloved Texas musician, and larger-than-life personality Paul Cauthen.
ARIZONA STATE
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Audio: Salem Croy to open for Sunny Sweeney at Leadership Northwest Music Jam in Trenton

A Trenton resident who played multiple sports in high school will be the opening act at the Leadership Northwest Music Jam the night of September 25th. Salem Croy will open for county singer-songwriter Sunny Sweeney at the fundraiser for Leadership Northwest Missouri, which will be at the Black Silo Winery of Trenton. Doors will open for the outdoor event at 6 o’clock, and Croy will perform at 8 o’clock.
TRENTON, MO
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Audio: Sunny Sweeney takes the stage Saturday night at Black Silo Winery

A country singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas will perform at the Leadership Northwest Music Jam at the Black Silo Winery in Trenton Saturday night, September 25, 2021. Sunny Sweeney will be the main act at the fundraiser for Leadership Northwest Missouri with doors opening at 6 o’clock. The opening act, Salem Croy of Trenton, will start at 8 o’clock.
TRENTON, MO