New post-singing show releases include new country singles from Pesley Tennant, Janelle Arthur and Taryn Papa.
Here’s a bit more about each of those songs. The links take you to Apple Music.
* Presley Tennant from The Voice Season 16 dropped a new country single Saturday called “Gamble on You.” She told CountyRevolution.com that the song was inspired by her boyfriend of one year and is about the gamble one takes when embarking on a new relationship. “Like in gambling, you either win big or lose everything that you put into it,” the 19-year-old said. The matching music video will drop April 9. Presley was just 16 when she auditioned for The Voice and made it to the Top 14.
* Taryn Papa from The Voice Season 19 released the country single “Changed” on Friday. It’s about new relationships as well. And it drops just two weeks after Taryn announced her own engagement. “I can’t think of a more perfect time to release this song with my recent engagement announcement and our one-year anniversary,” Taryn told Taste of Country. “I’ve never felt this way, and I don’t think I’ll ever be the same.”
* Janelle Arthur, fifth on American Idol Season, released “What Would Dolly Do” on Friday. Country legend Dolly Parton has been an inspiration to Janelle since she was young. And Janelle released a duet with Dolly, “Hand Me Downs” last April. ” So it’s only fitting to pay tribute to her for everything she has not only done for me, but for so many people throughout her incredible career. We should all be more like Dolly,” Janelle says on Instagram. Janelle co-wrote the new song with Brett Sheroky. Janelle also recently started a Patreon page.