Singer Adrianna Freeman Releases New Single 'No More'
Country singer Adrianna Freeman's new single, "No More" (AFM Entertainment) is a tribute to relationships that endure, through thick and thin. The song is being released to radio stations nationwide.
"No More" is sung from the perspective of a woman whose grandparents married young and stayed together into old age, despite the kinds of problems that might cause other marriages to break up.
"It's about how some relationships are unbreakable," she said. "It's a granddaughter singing about how her grandmother never thought of leaving, even when Grandpa was hitting the shine. Now that she's gone, Grandpa misses her because, as the song says, they don't make 'em like that no more."
The initial response from country radio programmers is positive. During its first weekend in release, "No More" was among the top five downloaded country songs on Play MPE, a music delivery service used by most radio stations throughout the United States.
Written by Amber Leah White, "No More" features Freeman on lead vocals, ACM Fiddle Player of the Year Aubrey Haynie on fiddle and mandolin, Kelly Back on guitar, Gary Lunn on bass and Jason Webb on piano.
Freeman plans to include "No More" on a forthcoming EP. Her debut album, "Either You Do or You Don't," was produced by Teddy Gentry of the GRAMMY-winning super-group Alabama. It was Gentry who discovered "No More" and brought it to Freeman's attention.
"When I first heard it, it spoke to me," Freeman said. "Even though times get tough, love endures. This is a feel-good song with a positive message."