Lisa McHugh – The Best So Far.

Scottish singer sensation, Lisa McHugh consolidates her position as the unrivalled Young Queen of Country Music by announcing her upcoming compilation album The Best So Far. The latest album is a record bursting with 20 of Lisa’s best-selling hits, cherry-picked from her expansive discography of six stellar studio albums.

Opening track Apple Jack sets the pace for the rest of the album. A catchy, bright and bouncy country number, originally a Dolly Parton hit. Lisa delivers a stunning version of the cult country classic, remaining faithful to the original song yet bringing her own sparkle and unique style to the well-known number.

Stand-out track from the album A Life That’s Good is the fist-pumping rhythmically charged Hillbilly Girl. With sing along choruses and entrancing rhythms Hillybilly Girl provides the soundtrack to country music dance halls everywhere.

Y’all Come is another homage to Dolly Parton, a key musical inspiration for Lisa. Y’all Come is a rousing, toe-tapping summer-single that resonates with Country fans around the World. Frequent trips to country music capital Nashville has had a profound influence on Lisa’s music, no more so, than on this updated version of the vintage country classic.

Several collaborations feature on the latest album, You Can’t Make Old Friends features the crooning sensation Nathan Carter, and the song Peggy Gordon features Malachi Cush. The Best Of So Far contains the hugely popular Honey Honey, a fuzzy love song written by Derek Ryan.

Album closer Country Girl is a toe-tapping fan-favourite taken from latest studio album Who I Am. This is a song that electrifies audiences during live performances, it’s a perfect closer to an album packed with joyful, spirited country songs.


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