Sunny Ozell Performs "Git Gone" (Video) + Photo Set from Rockwood Show

by Sachyn Mital

21 March 2016

Sunny Ozell performed the rollicking "Git Gone" on New York City's 'Good Day' morning show a couple days after she visited Rockwood.
 
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Sunny Ozell

14 Mar 2016: Rockwood Music Hall — New York

Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Sunny Ozell got together with some friends to make a record that drew upon all her varied musical influences. Ozell recently performed the first single “Git Gone” from that record, Take It With Me, on New York City’s “Good Day” show ahead of the album’s U.S. release on April 1st. We’ve shared the video plus a few tracks from the album below. If you enjoy “Americana with soul”, you’ll probably enjoy the rollicking song and perhaps her whole record too. The album features her own material as well as covers of classic tunes (from the likes of Hank Williams and Ray Charles) that Ozell selected across its eleven tracks. While in town, Ozell treated a small crowd at Rockwood Music Hall to many of those songs a few days before her television appearance, and we have some pics from that to share too. She will be starting a string of shows in California through the end of the month so check her out in her home state if you can. You won’t be disappointed.
  

Rockwood photos:

TOUR DATES
3/19 - Hotel Cafe - L.A.
3/20 - Smiley’s Saloon - Bolinas
3/22 - Hotel Utah Saloon - San Fran
3/23 - Big Easy - Petaluma
3/25-6 - Moody’s - Truckee
3/28 - St. James Infirmary - Reno, NV

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