- 26 Jun 20
The Northern Irish singer's debut EP 'Honky Tonk Girl' was released in 2016.
The forthcoming project has unfortunately been delayed due to the pandemic situation, but Fearon has decided to drop the track as a tribute to one of her favourite artists.
"Being a fan of Kim’s, I first heard the track during her album launch night at the City Winery, Nashville in April 2018," the singer-songwriter said of 'Chase Wild Horses'.
"I loved this track so much that I learned it almost immediately and began to perform it at all of my gigs and festivals slots."
"As part of the project we have been subtly trying to bring our own stamp to the cover songs so I felt that adding fiddle was a nice addition on this track," Fearon added.
In 2020 alone, Fearon toured with Texas singer Aaron McDonnell, took part in Susan McCann's sold out String of Diamonds Festival weekend was billed to open for Amber Cross on the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival Belfast as well as being part of the Westport Folk & Bluegrass Festival before lockdown scuppered those plans.
Fearon also graduated from the highly acclaimed M.I.X. course last year with Hot Press and joined the team at Dundalk FM last August, where she presents and produces her own radio slot, ‘The Boots ‘n’ Roots Show'.
Listen to 'Chase Wild Horses' below: