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Rising Country Star Will Be Damned If You Break Her Heart

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Packing a big punch, Shantel teamed up with Grammy nominated producer, Kent Wells, for the release of her debut single, "Break My Heart." This rising country star is captivating her audience, stopping everyone dead in their tracks and has no plans to let go. 

Co-written by Shantel, Dan Aronson and Liz Anne Hill— who is best known for writing Billboard chart hits and landing them in feature films— "Break My Heart," is a dynamic song that shines light on Shantel’s vivacious personality and immense talent. Her compelling voice matched with her heartening lyrics makes "Break My Heart" a feel-good power anthem for all.

"To me, what sets Shantel apart is her earnest drive and her open heart," said Hill. "She pours her heart out and leaves it all on the table, whether in co-writes, in the studio, or on stage— and as a writer, I couldn’t ask for anything more when working with an artist.  I’m grateful to be a part of her journey and cannot wait to see what the future has in store for Shantel’s artistry and career."

Hailing from small town Clarkston, Michigan, Shantel is making her footprint on Music City. Whether she’s writing with top songwriters in town, performing at the world-renowned Tootsies Orchid Lounge, or in the studio with Wells who is best known for his work with Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire and Kenny Rogers, her remarkable voice is being heard.

One of those top songwriters is Bridgette Tatum, known for co-writing Jason Aldean’s, ‘She’s Country". "It was encouraging and enjoyable to sit with an artist that knows who they are," Tatum said of Shantel. "Shantel knows just that and is well on her way!"

"Break My Heart" is available on all streaming platforms.
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