Betty Reed — “Let It Out”
Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Betty Reed’s song “Let It Out,” from her forthcoming album Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned (Acoustic Version) due to be available on March 25. This song will be available on March 4th. Mistakes Made, Lessons Learned (Acoustic Version) was produced by Evan Redwine and mastered by Voyage Mastering. The album photograph is courtesy of Taylor Napier, with album design by Marcy McCreary.
“Let It Out” is Betty Reed on vocals; Nate Dugger on acoustic guitar; and John Hunt on percussion.
The familiar bittersweet release of catharsis is poignantly portrayed here in this song by Betty Reed. Don’t mistake tears for weakness. “Let it out and start again.” It’s such good advice, and so beautifully delivered.
The idea for this song came from an early childhood memory. My dad told me he would see his mother cry and get concerned, and she would tell him that crying was a way to release her sadness in a healthy way. That crying was not a sign of a weakness, but simply a way to gather strength. — Betty Reed
You can order and pre-save the music here: https://ffm.to/letitout_acoustic
Read up about and find more information about Betty, here: http://www.bettyreedmusic.com