Sara Evans’ Impressive New Album “Words” Hits #1 On iTunes Within Hours Of Release

“Words”, the highly anticipated new album from multi-platinum country star Sara Evans, is out now! Released Friday, July 21st, the project quickly hit #1 on the iTunes Country chart within hours of release and is already earning immense praise from fans and critics alike.

Many musicians like to say their work is deeply personal but Sara Evans may have taken that a step further in her new, impressive album…brimming with confidence and using her immensely appealing voice on a batch of very strong songs, ‘Words’ captures an artist in full musical flight…artistic freedom has never sounded so good,” stated the Associated Press.

To celebrate the album’s release, Sara hits the Big Apple today for appearances with AOL, Paste, and Facebook where she will be #FBArtistoftheDay.

On Tuesday, July 25th tune-in to see Sara perform on nationally-syndicated talk show “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” joined by her 14-year old daughter Olivia Evans. Sara wraps the whirlwind week with shows in Ohio on July 28th and Michigan on July 29th. Fans can also tune-in to Sirius XM and catch “Y2Kountry Presents A Sara Evans Album Premier!” on Tuesday, July 25th at 6:00 pm EST, Thursday, July 27th at 12:00 pm EST and again Friday, July 28th at 8:00 pm EST.

Family is at the forefront of “Words” as daughter Olivia sings on “Marquee Sign” and Sara’s siblings Matt Evans, Lesley Evans Lyons and Ashley Evans Simpson provide harmonies on “Night Light.”

In “Letting You Go,” Sara pours out her heart for son and oldest child Avery as he prepares to embark on his senior year of high school. The 14-song collection features fourteen separate female songwriters, including powerhouses Ashley Monroe, Caitlyn Smith, Hillary Lindsey, Hillary Scott, Liz Hengber, and  Sonya Isaacs as well as Sara herself.

For more information on Sara Evans, visit and and engage with her on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Marquee Sign (Lyric Video) by Sara Evans on VEVO.


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