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KREE HARRISON will release her new single, Make It Easy.  She will also perform the song live in Nashville at the annual Country Radio Seminar for CRS’ New Faces of Country Music® Cocktail Reception powered by Elite Multimedia

Kree’s new sophomore album, CHOSEN FAMILY TREE, will be released June 12 on One Vision Music Group.

After earning a national following, the American Idol alum joins forces with producers Jordan Lehningand Skylar Wilson on Harrison’s CHOSEN FAMILY TREE, which will include the Chris Stapleton-Morgane Stapleton-Liz Rose single, I Love The Lie (which CMT says shows off Harrison's "dynamic vocals in their purest form”), and the track That’s How Hearts Get Broken.  It also includes Get Away with Anything which Billboard calls “sultry.”  The album will embody Harrison’s Nashville roots with pure sound and honest story-telling and finds her teaming up with some of Nashville's most prominent songwriters including Chris Stapleton, Liz Rose, Trent Dabbs and more. CHOSEN FAMILY TREE mixes Harrison's personal connections, as it features a guest appearance by Brothers Osborne’s lead guitarist John Osborne on the title track, along with a timeless rendition of John Lennon's Mother.

Raised in Woodville, Texas, Harrison spent her childhood singing at churches, rodeos, and competitions. At the age of 10, she had already accomplished more than most after scoring a development deal with Lyric Street Records and becoming a regular performer on “The Rosie O’Donnell Show.” After moving to Nashville, the childhood star spent her late teens performing at local Nashville hotspots, including the legendary Bluebird Café and the Ryman, before taking part in Season 12 of American Idol, where she served as runner-up. Kree laid the foundation for her CHOSEN FAMILY TREE release with her successful debut single and Idol Finale song “All Cried Out,” which reached #34 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, and her highly acclaimed 2016 collection THIS OLD THING, which hit #28 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and #20 on the Heatseekers Album chart. As her career continues to evolve, Harrison has collaborated with multiple artists such as Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban Wynonna Judd, Eli Young Band, and many more.

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