Single Release: Cassidy-Rae – Throwback
Cassidy-Rae is back with ‘Throwback’, a country-pop gem bound to put a smile on your face this summer. It comes off the back of her popular single ‘More’, which debuted at #3 on the iTunes Country Singles Chart and has clocked 100,000 views on YouTube and 15,000 streams on Spotify.
Recorded with Michael Carpenter at Love Hz Studios, ‘Throwback’ is an up-tempo celebration of falling in love the old-fashioned way. Cassidy-Rae sings of the good old days when dating meant dinner and dancing rather than swiping right and waiting for a text.
Cassidy-Rae may be old-fashioned when it comes to romance, but as a musician her eyes are set firmly on the future. And if the past is anything to go by, the future is looking bright. She’s performed as part of a choir in front of Oprah and even the Pope, and shared her own heartfelt music at festivals including Tamworth Country Music Festival, Brisbane Festival, Basin Music Festival and the Blue Water Country Music Festival.
October and November will see Cassidy-Rae wearing her heart on her sleeve and on stage throughout NSW, including appearances at the Ballina Country Music Festival and Quakers Hill Festival. She’ll be celebrating love with ‘Throwback’ and performing other hit singles including ‘More’ and ‘Just Smile’, which was written for the World Kindness Movement, of which she is an Australian ambassador. And trust us, there’ll be plenty smile about once you witness Cassidy-Rae performing live on the below dates:
Saturday 26th October – Quakers Hill Festival – Quakers Hill, NSW
Sunday 27th October – The Marsden Brewhouse – Marsden Park, NSW
Saturday 2nd November – Ballina Country Music Festival – Ballina, NSW
Sunday 3rd November – Ballina Country Music Festival – Ballina, NSW
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