Kendal Conrad might be a newcomer to the country music landscape, but she is already a seasoned veteran in the entertainment world. Conrad is a singer, actor, published author and award winning songwriter. She has performed at the Bitter End, Musikfest and the White House (to name a few) and recently performed "When We Were Us" with Keith Urban on stage at his concert in Bethlehem, PA. On top of all of that, Conrad recorded her first EP at Reba McEntire's Nashville studio last year. "Country Queen," a song penned by Conrad that can be found on the EP, is her new single.
Conrad has the vocal chops and pulls off an energetic, country rocker in which banjo and fiddle combine with electric guitars in a song that finds her extoling all of the things she prefers over the big city.
"I wanna wear my boots til I can't no more
And go line dancing, two stepping get on the floor
The city just ain't my scene
I'm a country queen
No one will ever change me
I was born to be a country queen"
Way to make Pottstown (Conrad's hometown and mine as well) proud!