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Emerging Country Artist Corinne Cook Releases ONE BOX OF TISSUES

Emerging Country Artist Corinne Cook Releases ONE BOX OF TISSUES

Emerging Country artist, Corinne Cook, recently released her current single, "One Box of Tissues," to radio and digital distribution for online streaming and download platforms. The track is off her 2018 Album, Yes I Can, and currently making a rise on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart. Handling radio promotion is Nashville based Grassroots Radio Promotion. Stream and download "One Box of Tissues" here.

"I recorded "One Box of Tissues" because it's a fun, playful song that I felt people could relate to. I love how It tricks you with a slow "woe is me" feel at the beginning, but quickly kicks into an unexpected toe-tapping, lively tale describing the days following a break-up." said Corinne Cook. "I had such a blast recording it and I'm very excited to share it with everyone!"

"When I recorded Corinne on this song, her vocal personality knocked me out. She delivered the character perfectly in the first verse...sad, broken hearted and serious," said producer, Denny Martin. "With a major tempo change, she tells us about her solution to the tears from a break up. This is new "old school" and Corinne is the perfect singer for the song."

Think Country reviewed the single on their online music news platform yesterday stating, "The song starts off slow with some great harmonies, then it grabs you with the line, "My heart follows Seven Rules so I don't feel like a fool," that's when the song catches you and makes it real for any break up situation."

On "One Box of Tissues," a spirited post-breakup to-do list, Nashville country artist, Corinne Cook, delivers her signature "never let them get to you" attitude with a deceptively sincere intro of the song that evolves into unexpectedly lighthearted vocals. Cook is supported by notable Nashville musicians and friends, including producer Denny Martin (who also contributed guitar) along with Scott Neubert (Emmy Lou Harris, Larry Gatlin), William Ellis on drums (Montgomery Gentry, Martina McBride), keyboardists Steve Peffer (Wade Hayes, Alabama) and Gene Rabbai (T.G. Sheppard), and Dow Tomlin on bass (Wynonna Judd, Sugarland).

Keep current with Corinne Cook on her website and stay in touch with her on all of her social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, Instagram andYouTube.

About Corinne Cook:
While still engaging in a whirlwind balancing act both personally and professionally,Corinne Cook has enjoyed a handful of accolades for her previous albums. "I Don't" from her 2015 release Dressed Up For Goodbye won a Nashville Industry Music Award (NIMA) for Song of the Year in 2016. Her debut album I'm Not Shy included two tracks that reached the Top 5 on the Inside Country chart; #1 hit "Uninvited Guest" and the title track, which reached #4. Cook's current project, Yes I Can, marks an important breakthrough for Cook as a songwriter of great storytelling skill and depth. The California native has been accumulating and telling stories all her life, all grounded in her years growing up in an intensely musical family in the Central California towns of Tracy and Escalon. She has fond memories of family jam sessions with her mom on guitar, step dad on bass and brother beating on the chairs (drums) while she sang. Overcoming her initial shyness about performing, she participated in choir from middle school through high school and was selected to sing several solos in high school performances. She later incorporated singing into her stint in the Air Force, which she joined after graduation at 17. Corinne was in technical school for her job as a medical lab technician when the Gulf War began. During technical school at Keesler AFB in Mississippi, she was involved with a group of musicians and actors who performed "dinner shows" for other military members and their families. After technical school, she was stationed at Travis AFB during the time of the Gulf War. She returned home to Tracy after her military service, and a few years later, she won a singing competition at a bar in Riverbank, CA. The prize was supposed to be a pro recording contract, but instead the host of the contest, Leon Womack, became her manager who funded a trip to Nashville to record songs that ultimately led to her first album. Reconnecting with her passion for singing and performing, Corinne began singing at festivals in Northern California and worked part time as a radio DJ for the classic country station 93.9 "The Ranch" in Ripon, CA. As her radio persona "Ranch-Hand Jane," she hosted karaoke for the station at various venues and presented legendary country artists like Charlie Daniels and Johnny Lee when they performed in town. Fully committing to the dreams that are now coming to fruition, Corinne moved to Nashville, to focus on developing her career as a singer and songwriter.

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