…to feel complete, SINGLE: ARIEL ABSHIRE – Queen of the Boys’ Club
by Walter Price
At what point does a personality become involuntary? When your attractiveness becomes the fuel for folks to overlook your twisted thoughts, dramas, and/or mind games? “Queen of the Boys’ Club”, a single from an EP of the same name, by Austin’s Ariel Abshire is a powerful look into such a persona. This is a catchy deep dive into the realities of coming to terms with who you are. Regardless if you’ve thought about trying to change it, you just go headlong into you being you. Boys beware.
You’ll also like Abshire’s cover of Kitty Wells’ – “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels“
If you dig your music someplace between Jaime Wyatt and Holiday Sidewinder, then get this on your I-am-who-I-am playlists. And you can stream the EP as well as watch the film for the single, now at GTC.
Artists photo via Facebook
No album or video credits were readily available.
from the bio…
“Ariel performs her original songs live at venues across Austin, Texas—by herself and with music legend Alvin Crow. Her voice can be heard on soundtracks for films by Robert Rodriguez and Trevor Romain, and she is the youngest female singer to perform before thousands at the Austin Music Awards. Music critic Margaret Moser has compared her voice to that of Brenda Lee and Lou Ann Barton. Ariel has been called the “authentic foil to Britney Spears,” by National Geographic’s Traveler Magazine.”
“Go listen to my EP bitch!” – A. Abshire (Facebook)