Americana Highways presents this premiere of Grace Pettis’ song “Working Woman,” the title track from her forthcoming album due out on May 7. Working Woman was produced by Mary Bragg; recorded at Sound Emporium Studios; engineered by Rachael Moore, assisted by Skyler Chuckry; mixed by Shani Gandhi at Forty-One Fifty, assisted by Erika Nalow; and mastered by Piper Payne at Infrasonic Sound.
“Working Woman” is Grace Pettis on lead vocals; Ellen Angelico on electric guitars; Kira Small on organ and backing vocals; Ryan Madora on bass and Megan Coleman on drums. Listen and catch the anthemic, rousing “go get ’em” song by Grace Pettis. Rock it!
“Working Woman” is about recognizing the work women do in every space in our society and honoring it. It’s an anthem for respecting our own power and claiming our place in the world. I consciously chose to work with an all-female/non-binary creative team and landed on “Working Woman” being the lead single and title track, as it embodies a primary theme of the album,” says Grace Pettis of the announcement. — Grace Pettis
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Love this song! Power of women!!!!!