Country newcomer Callie Twisselman’s latest single, “Hung Me On The Line,” hits the Top 40 on the MusicRow CountryBreakout™ Chart, as the singer/songwriter takes The Test Drive Today. Programmers will see her pilot down the streets of Music Row, and listen as she chats about her career, dreams and the backstory on the new single. The track is garnering heavy media attention for the California songstress, and reviewers are comparing her vibrant style to that of Dolly Parton, Lee Ann Womack and Kacey Musgraves. “Hung Me On The Line,” follows Callie’s Top 30 debut single, “Breathe.”
The single’s companion video features Twisselman playing out a classic Western theme with modern-day twists, and riding one of her own horses. Fans who missed the global premiere on Headlines & Global News can watch the stunning video on The Country Network (TCN), Country Fix (DISH Network, Heartland TV, AMG, Family Channel, Blue Highways, Angel Two), Country TV New Zealand, Keep It Country Music TV (UK), CM & T (UK), CMT Mobile, CMT.com, America’s Country Connection, One Stop Country and Jukebox Mixtape.
Twisselman starts her week fresh from “the trenches” at Country Radio Seminar 2016 in Nashville. While in Music City, she helped stuff care packages for Operation Troop Aid, co-sponsored the 2nd Annual Legendary Lunch, and mingled with other stars at the Country Music Hall of Fame reception. The petite blond also participated in interviews with Digital Rodeo TV, KLMJ Radio, Thunder 102, Little Rebellion Music, New Music Weekly, CMR Nashville, Country Music News International, The Hot Spot and Country Music Matters.
As her music career allows, Callie pursues her other passion – expanding her SassyGirl clothing line. New offerings for the Spring season are coming, and the fringe-lovin’ entertainer is promising to add lots of “fun” dresses, skirts and shirts to the collection. On February 27, Twisselman will perform in Paso Robles, California at the Paso Unveiled Fashion Show Extravaganza, to help raise scholarship and programming funds for families in need.
FestPop Editorial Team