Sunny Sweeney didn’t have great aspirations of being a singer-songwriter while growing up in Longview. She said she just did “regular kid stuff” but she was surrounded by country music and somewhere along the way she developed her own fiercely independent, country-girl vibe.

She’s taken advantage of some down time during the Pandemic Pause to entertain with virtual livestream concerts and put together a new album Recorded Live at the Machine Shop Recording Studio. Learn more about her in the County Line archives and on www.sunnysweeney.com.

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