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Alisa McCance – Another Chance To Fly
Alisa McCance – Another Chance To Fly

Alisa McCance – Another Chance To Fly | Inspiring Flight

Another Chance To Fly is the latest single by prolific country vocalist, singer-songwriter, and instrumentalist Alisa McCance. Alisa has performed live with the likes of Alison Krauss, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Clay Walker, Asleep at the Wheel, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and was the featured violinist in Keith Urban’s tour video. She is currently releasing singles from her debut album Crossing Rivers, produced by country music legend Radney Foster. Marcus Hummon, Greg Barnhill, Chris Roberts, Joanna Janet, and Steven McMorran all contribute voices to the record as guests.

The song begins with a vocal count in. What follows is a beautiful acoustic guitar riff and rhythm to go along with it. With shining vocals that tear through this minimal canvass, Alisa McCance enters in. Vocal harmonies that fit in perfectly sound neat. Heavenly fiddle licks grace us on the song. Crossing Rivers is a record which will have bluegrass influences while being rooted in Americana and country music. Soul and endearing musical expression meets pristine acoustics and brilliance. The opulent sound of the tracks released leaves us in anticipation of more release from the record by Alisa McCance.

In an austere setting, the arrangement, vocals, and production work wonders. A prismatic aura is formed with the interplay between the melodies and harmonies. The melancholic and joyful blends with the delicate and frigid here. The song was co-written with the late Robert K. Wolf. The song deals with hope for the future and dealing with life after depression. Another Chance To Fly is a dazzling song by Alisa McCance that uplifts and inspires.

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