LOS ANGELES, Calif., Sept. 11, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — There were shouts of joy from little girls and strong applause from the adults as Sandra Piller and The Wild Cards (www.sandrapiller.com) performed their three-set gig in Shoreline Village at Rainbow Harbor near the Queen Mary in Southern California. As part of the weekend festivities at the popular seaside attraction, Piller performed hit songs from her latest album, “Days Like These,” as well as several hit songs from such artists as Fleetwood Mac and Linda Ronstadt.
Piller’s “Days Like These” album is her third collection of what some are calling new country classic music. Working with some of Nashville’s most-respected writers, the songs delve into many positive aspects of life: joys, passions and triumphs over adversity.
Performing with her music director Loren Gold (Melissa Etheridge, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff), Piller and her band are reaching new heights of success in her live show, as evidenced by the dancing, swaying and toe-tapping audience members at the shows.
“I love this music!” said one woman, to nods of agreement from her friends. “Mommy, can we stay for more?” suggested one little girl. When her parents wondered if she would rather go get some ice cream, she said yes but then asked, “Can we come back?” Another young girl, while dancing excitedly to the songs, shouted to her parents, “Fun in the sun!” One couple, who stood to the side of the gazebo-like bandstand, said “We like these songs a lot!”
Songs performed by Sandra Piller in Shoreline Village at Rainbow Harbor:
1. Days Like These*
2. Too Little
3. Fixin’ to Fall
4. I Cross That Bridge*
5. Red Eye
6. Say You Love Me (Fleetwood Mac)
8. Love is a Rose (Neil Young; Linda Ronstadt)
9. Your Love
10. I Could Get Used to You
11. When Will I Be Loved (Everly Brothers; Linda Ronstadt)
12. Easy to Love
* Video on YouTube
“Days Like These,” the album, plus all three hit singles, may be purchased directly from the Shady Hill Records site or from retail outlets including Amazon and iTunes.
John Scott G
“Days Like These” album cover: