Following the disbandment of The Stealing Angels, former member Tayla Lynn has singed a new deal with Nashville-based indie label Victor House Records to release new music.
Lynn will release a three-song 7 inch vinyl EP titled Coal Dust, which will be available on Record Store Day (April 19). Lynn will perform at the legendary Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop in Nashville at 1:00 pm CT on the 19th in support of the album's release.
The recording features Lynn’s iconic grandmother Loretta Lynn singing her original harmony part with Tayla on a true to the original remake of Loretta’s first single, “Honky Tonk Girl.” The three-song set also includes two versions of “Coal Dust,” a song that beautifully captures Tayla’s life growing up in the Lynn family. One version is a special gospel mix exclusive to Record Store Day.
Coal Dust was produced by singer/songwriter James House (Dwight Yoakam, Martina McBride) and musician/producer Michael Bradford (Kid Rock. Uncle Kracker, Troubadour Kings). A six-song EP, which will be available at all digital outlets, is in the works for a summer release.