Tonight (2/25) at 6 p.m. CST tune into Tribes to view the debut video of “Everything Changed” from Huntsville, Ala.-native Amy McCarley, who is fresh off the Feb. 8 release of her new album, MECO. McCarley says “Everything Changed” is a song for anybody who’s ever struggled and eventually let go of the need to change something outside their circle of influence and found the happiness it brings.
After writing new songs with Bluebird Cafe round-mate and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer Pat Alger, McCarley returned to the studio co-producers Kenny Vaughan and George Bradfute to work on the album. Vaughan says, “I think all of her songs come from a personal experience. Each song is about something she’s gone through, which is good because it gives her a little edge on the delivery. The emotional content kinda comes through in there.”
Multi-instrumentalist Chris Scruggs shows up on the album on drums, percussion, bass, and steel guitar. Special guests Marty Stuart, Pat Alger, Kenny Lovelace, and Harry Stinson add plenty of talent to the record.