Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Taylor Rae ‘s song “Fixer Upper” from her forthcoming album Mad Twenties, due out this fall. This song will be available on June 11. Mad Twenties was produced by William Gawley, engineered and mixed by Bryce Roberts, and recorded at OmniSound Studios in Nashville.
“Fixer Upper” is Taylor Rae on vocals, background harmonies and acoustic guitar; Dave Francis on bass; Wayne Killius on drums; David Flint on acoustic guitar and mandolin; and Chris Nole on piano and keys. In your collection of love songs, this will be among the purest and sweetest.
“Fixer Upper” is my favorite song. It’s the story of how my partner (at the time) and I had fallen in love. We had been making music together for about a year; recording albums and trying to get my band launched in the Los Angeles scene. I used the term “Fixer Upper” for myself because at that time I was very broken. And for him in the sense that he was an extremely handy person, always drawn to run down cars, houses and things. Recording this song was very cathartic for me. What once was a song soaked in love and nostalgia turned into a melancholy memoir of our relationship. – Taylor Rae
Here is the pre-save link for “Fixer Upper”: https://vydia.lnk.to/FixerUpper