Abby Inez | Good Guy

A review of Abby Inez new single Good Guy

Written by MartinB

On October 23, 2020

Review

Abby Inez has a clarity of vocal that is absolutely beautiful. She is bang on every note, not under, not over, bang on.

Since launching her singing career in 2014 (whilst holding down a day job to support her music), Abby started out in a country duo called ‘Darline’ before embarking on a solo career.

She has continued to make her mark on the country pop scene, performing at the LG Arena Forum Live in Birmingham ahead of Dolly Parton and Katy Perry, so she has proven that she can hold an audience of thousands.

This track is about betrayal and duplicity in love and Abby has great vocal technique and control, knowing when to build the song and when to strip it back again in order to interpret the lyrics.

Abby has co-written the track with Joe Dolman, also from the Midlands and having quoted influences from Kelsea Ballerini to Celine Dion, you can see where the love of country pop ballads was borne.

Now based in London, Abby was a regular on the local gig scene prior to lockdown. I am sure that you will be seeing more of her on the festival line-ups in the future.

The good review this song “deserves”

 

Martin Blore (TBCMF) The British Country Music Festival

Cover Art for Abby Inez Good Guy

Credits

Abby Inez | Good Guy

 Credits

Performed by Abby Inez

Written by Abby Inez, Joe Dolman

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