DeeAnn Dominy wins the DISCovery award again for October 2015! "This former DISCovery Award winner is back and sounding better than ever. Her raspy, blue-eyed soul voice remains truly gripping. The bass groove on this bluesy country rocker rumbles righteously, and her electric guitar player totally gets on board. Essential Listening!" -Robert K. Oermann, Music Row Magazine

"Have you ever heard an album that speaks to every aspect of your world and there is nothing you can do except hit repeat? Well, here is that record. Newcomer DeeAnn Dominy and her smoky voice offer a perfect blend of acoustic and soul...There is something about an artist who can sit down with a guitar and speak directly to your soul."-Scott Sexton, Today's Country Magazine.

"This is one of those instances of a CD not having one clunker on it. Each of these cuts are brilliantly performed, and what a presence she has. Dominy's vocal seduces and enthralls you at the same time., much the way a Tucker or Heidi Newfield record does."-Chuck Dauphin, Music News Nashville

'This gals is a previous DISCovery winner, and I still say she deserves major-label attention. This is a distinctive, individual new songwriting voice that needs to be nurtured and encouraged."-Robert K Oermann Music Row Magazine

"DeeAnn Dominy is the genuine article-you can tell the moment you hear her voice. With words from the heart and music from the soul, she's created a refreshingly honest, stripped down, no-nonsense gem with Based On A True Story."-Andrew Funke, Host of the Back Road Radio Show

"Where Dominy really shows off her talent is on the tragic tale 'Daddy Went To Prison.' The imagery-soaked lyric demands the attention of all your senses and the set-up in the opening lines-Momma never smoked a cigarette til Daddy went to prison/now I'm counting the white circles coming off her lips/I watch her tip the bottle into the golden glass/stir the ice cubes with her fingertip'-is wonderfully paid off at the very end of the song.-Liv Carter, Urban Country News

"The audience loved her and judging by their response, I'd say she's a hit!"-Dixie McCorkell, Host "The American Collection" Syndicated Radio Program

 "A soulful, passionate collection of songs with a voice that sets DeeAnn a part from the rest-reminiscent of Bonnie Raitt, but unexpected from this petite, blonde talent!" -Margy Holland, Country Editor, United Stations Radio Networks

"An old school feel with a modern, stripped down production twist. DeeAnn's voice and story-telling is visually stimulating to the ears."-Duncan, Vocal Producer, American Idol

"A refreshing change these days to hear a strong female county voice; with lyrics that mean something and a voice that Tammy Wynette would be proud of."-Marie Crichton, Country Presenter, BBC Radio Shropshire, England, UK

"Dominy's new release, Based On A True Story s self penned except for one cover song. Her voice is beautiful and soulful and has a raspy softness that is as tough as nails."- Pam Sladel, Digital Rodeo

"Life, love, bluebonnets, the Rio Grande, and thirty grit sandpaper, that's what I think of when I hear DeeAnn sing!"-Byron Hill, Producer, Songwriter

"Feel is bluesy soul mixed with country and Americana all supported by Dominy's vocals with seesaws between sweet and sensual (Lay Me Down) to gutsy and gritty, calling to mind Bonnie Raitt with her throaty rasp (This Train Is Leaving). The seven project track project, of which Dominy had a hand in penning six, tackles love, family, and righting wrongs."-The Daily Country

"DeeAnn Dominy sounds a bit like Janis Joplin. With six original blue-eyed soul, country rock and Americana songs and one for cover, Sister Rosetta Tharpe's 'Can't No Grave Hold My Body Down', DeeAnn proves that she is not just a singer, she's a natural talent in the hands of the great Anson Funderburgh, who did a great job as producer and guitar player on this album."-Lambert Smits,

"DeeAnn brings as much soul to the stage as she does to the Nashville community. As a songwriter and performer, she connects with authenticity and heart."-Senator Bill Frist, M.D.

"This Train Is Leaving really showcases her amazing vocals, sultry and distinct with believable emotional interpretation. Hard to sit when listening, a great choice for first single."-Digital Rodeo

"She sings in a throaty, husky alto that is gripping. As a songwriter, she is equally gritty on ballads ("Should I Run"), boppers ("Love A Good Love Song") and story songs ("Daddy Went To Prison"). Her name is Deeann Dominy, our DISCovery Award winner whom some Music Row star maker need to sign up pronto."-Robert K. Oermann, DeeAnn winds DISCovery Award from Music Row Magazine for August 2011

"Someone needs to "discover" her and give her a recording deal. No cookie cutter here!"-Pam Stadel, Digital Rodeo

"Smashing Voice."-Brian Ahern, Country Routes Magazine, UK

"Terrific!"-Tony Crooke, Radio Stafford, UK

"Dominy has one of the best singer-songwriter voices (full of character) I have heard in some time and she also writes well."_Maurice Hope, Rock N Real Magazine, UK

"Absolutely loved it!"-Jacie Blair, Country Music and Dance Magazine, UK

"This simply produced release showcases her husky vocal style and an extraordinary gift for truthful, down-to-earth lyrics. Talent scouts take note: There's a wife of stardom here. -Robert K. Oermann, Music Row Magazine

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