Linsday Ell’s ‘The Project’ Tops iTunes Charts

Lindsay Ell released her eagerly-awaited debut album ‘The Project’ today, Friday, August 11th via Stoney Creek Records.

Upon release, the album catapulted to No. 1 on the iTunes Country albums chart and No. 2 on the iTunes All Genres albums chart. The 12-song collection is Ell’s first full-length album and has already solidified national appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! back in June and NBC’s The Today Show Wednesday (8/9).

Ell’s singing and songwriting hearkens back to a number of pop stars with country and blues leanings, like Shania Twain and Sheryl Crow,” states Rolling Stone Country.

‘The Project’, produced by celebrated Grammy-winner Kristian Bush follows their acclaimed collaboration on Ell’s debut EP ‘Worth The Wait’. The album features current single “Waiting On You,” which Rolling Stone Country also applauds “is a showcase not only for the Canadian’s gifts as a singer but also as a guitarist.” 

Her new album is the end result of a soul bearing creative process powered by true-to-life songwriting that inspired Ell to “find her artistic voice” (Billboard) and led ‘Sounds Like Nashville’ to declare, “Lindsay Ell is one of the best, most diverse and talented acts poised to break through the country scene.” From the funky and spirited “Champagne,” to the resilient and superbly relatable “Wildfire” to crowd-favorite “Criminal,” the album is layered with stand-outs.

1) “Waiting On You”
2) “Champagne”
3) “Castle”
4) “Good”
5) “Wildfire”
6) “Mint”
7) “White Noise”
8) “Criminal”
9) “Just Another Girl”
10) “Space”
11) “Always Kiss The Girl”
12) “Worth The Wait”

Click HERE to purchase and stream “The Project.”

The Stoney Creek Records artist is currently supporting superstar Brad Paisley on his ‘Weekend Warrior World Tour’ throughout the U.S. and Canada.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Lindsay Ell, visit her website and follow her on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


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