For Laura Bell Bundy, a wait that felt like a lifetime is finally over. After more than five years, Another Piece of Me, the much-anticipated follow-up to her major-label debut album, is finally in stores. “I’m just excited for my fans to hear it,” Bundy exclaims over the phone. “The main question I’ve had from my fans for three years is, ‘When is new music coming out?’ It’s so nice to finally be able to say, ‘Now! It’s out now!'”
The 15-song collection was carefully pieced together by Bundy to give fans a deeper insight into who she is as an artist. “My last album was personal, but it wasn’t anything like this,” the Kentucky native explains. “There’s a reflective, personal side I’m sharing on this record. It isn’t just songs about guys, or men. It’s songs about the major experiences that happen to you in life and how you process those things. Whether you move on and forgive, or whatever. I’m really excited to share these songs,” says the singer, who co-wrote more than half of the album’s tracks.
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Laura Bell Bundy has longed for a place already gone; she’s ached and “shaked”; and now, she is giving fans another piece of her on her new album, available tomorrow (June 9th). Aside from her three albums (each of which is more spectacular than the one before), Laura has spent ample time on Broadway (Hairspray, Wicked, Legally Blonde: The Musical); in film (The Adventures of Huck Finn, Life with Mikey, Jumanji); and on television (Guiding Light, How I Met Your Mother, Hart of Dixie, Anger Management). Needless to say, this particular artist is an incredibly talented individual, but even more so, she’s an amazingly humble and wonderful person.
While most would think Laura segued from acting into country music, the order of events is actually quite the opposite. From the time Laura was fourteen, she was writing songs with her sights set on becoming a country music recording artist, even having a band with her good friend Amber Rhodes for several years. Double-dipping in areas of entertainment while she was starring on Broadway, Laura and Amber would perform shows at CBGB, The Bitter End, and other venues, always staying true to her southern roots.
Tonight, The Great White Way looked more like the runway, as Broadway’s finest actors, Hollywood elite and supermodels upped the fashion ante on the Tony Awards red carpet in New York City.
Fashion boldfacers such as Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Hillary Rhoda posed alongside Broadway mavens Bernadette Peters, Kristen Chenoweth, and Sutton Foster, at what’s already been hailed as the most elegant Tony Awards ever. The chic upgrade can be credited to Vogue editor in chief and Conde Nast artistic director, Anna Wintour. Wintour, a loyal theater-goer, was approached by top Tony brass to step up the show’s overall style according to The New York Times. The results? Chic, chic, chic.
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