Teen artist also releases three Christmas songs, now available at iTunes
(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 23, 2010) Seventeen-year-old singer-songwriter and FrontWater Records artist Daisy Mallory recently completed the video for her upcoming single, “Don’t Grow Up Too Fast (If I Had a Little Sister).”
The video was filmed in Nashville in early November and directed by Neil McCormack of Revolution Pictures. The accomplished production company has shot videos for dozens of Country artists, including Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood and Kellie Pickler, among others.
“As a director, you always hope for a great song and a great artist to match,” said Revolution Pictures director Neil McCormack. “Daisy delivered on both. We just had a ton of fun on the shoot, and I couldn’t be happier with the final product. This video is a great showcase for Daisy’s talents, both as a songwriter and a performer, and I’m excited to see audiences connect with her as an artist.”
“Don’t Grow Up Too Fast (If I Had a Little Sister)” arrives at Country radio in early 2011 and is the second single and video from Mallory’s sophomore EP, Girl Time. Her first single, “Do You Think of Me?” was released in summer 2010 and charted on Music Row.
Mallory wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on Girl Time , which was produced by veteran writer/producer Jeff Dayton (George Strait, Glen Campbell, Buck Owens). The video received placement on a variety of outlets, including GAC, CMT.com, GACTV.com and Yahoo.com.
The teen singer-songwriter also released her Merry Christmas EP in November, distributed through GMV Nashville and available for purchase at iTunes. The project includes the Christmas classics “Santa Baby” and “Mary, Did You Know?” as well as one original composition, “I Believe In Him Too.”
In 2010, Mallory signed her first record deal with Nashville-based independent label, FrontWater Records.
For more information, visit www.DaisyMallory.com.