Pearl Releases Second IG Track “All I Got (Gina’s Song)”

California Country rocker, Pearl Aday has released “All I Got (Gina’s Song),” the 2nd IG track off of her soon to be released album “Heartbreak And Canyon Revelry”.  The release follows the exclusive video premiere of her live in-studio performance of “Mama,” the 1st IG track off of her June 15th release. The exclusive was shown on Society of Rock, I Love Classic Rock, Country Rebel and several of their other partnering social media pages.

Crossing many genres of music, years of life experiences and emotions, Pearl joined forces with Jim Wilson, longtime bassist for Daniel Lanois, Emmylou Harris, and leader of Motor Sister and Mother Superior, for the project, and once again proves how she is every inch a rock chanteuse who seamlessly moves from vulnerable to guttural in one measure.  The dynamic duo co-wrote the first ten tracks of “Heartbreak and Canyon Revelry;” with the final track, “Let It Go,” being an original version of a Mother Superior tune.

This album is seven years of love, tears, and emotion turned into music that makes me feel like I’m coming home. I’m so grateful and excited to have it done and ready to share with everyone. It’s an honor to have partnered up with Station House and The Orchard to bring this album to life. We’re ready to bring it. We’re ready to rock,” Pearl commented on the 11-track album which takes its title from two central events in Pearl’s life: her move to Topanga Canyon with her husband Scott and the birth of their son, Revel Young, now almost 7 years old.

“Heartbreak And Canyon Revelry” was produced by Jay Ruston and will be released through newly formed Station House Recordings and distributed worldwide via The Orchard. (The album is currently available for pre-order here.)

Leading up to the album’s release, Pearl has been touring, including some West Coast dates opening for Cody Jinks and has several new dates on both the west coast and east coast. More to soon be announced.

For more information on Pearl Aday, please visit her website and follow her on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.


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