Sally Anthony’s Goodbye (Deluxe) Out Now

Sally Anthony’s Goodbye (Deluxe) Out Now

The media have been overrun lately with stories of YouTube, MySpace, Facebook, etc., and how the Internet has changed the way we communicate with others around the world. Singer-songwriter Sally Anthony has taken this theory to the next level, using the power of the Internet to drive her incredible success. That online success set the stage for the release of her album, GOODBYE (Gracie Productions). In its first week, the album quickly shot to the Top 10 of the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, landing at number 9 and staying on the chart for 4 consecutive weeks. GOODBYE also landed at number 16 on the iTunes chart of best-selling albums and has sold over 26,000 since its release. On April 27, 2010 Anthony released a digital-only Deluxe version of GOODBYE with 2 new songs, including the hit cover “This Woman’s Work”.

Anthony has quickly gained a reputation as a strong, opinionated woman (quite literally, the “anti-princess”) who doesn’t mince words. The songs that make up GOODBYE, all of which were written or co-written by Anthony, give the phrase ‘girl power’ a whole new meaning: the defiant title track, “Goodbye,” featuring rapper Mo-Unique, lets her fans know she’s not afraid to confront a bad situation; power ballads like “Villain” and “So Long” show a strong young woman who is clearly in touch with her emotions; the youthful, crowd-chant-inducing “Don’t Fall In Love (With Me)” is a fun song that young fans will gravitate to quickly; while “Death of Me” is a rock-laced cry for freedom. Anthony understands the power of a passionately written pop song and uses that power to cut right to the chase of every emotional situation, much to the pleasure of her fast-growing fan base – she has an eTeam list of over 200,000 fans, as well as 70,000+ MySpace friends.

GOODBYE has already spawned 3 singles which have hit the Top 100 on the Mediabase CHR/POP Radio Charts. The title track single “Goodbye” which has been called “The Female National Anthem” by Anthony’s legion of female fans track spent 3 weeks on the CHR/Pop Top 40 Chart. The album’s 2nd single “So Long” was played on over 125 radio stations across the country and spent 10 weeks on the CHR/Pop Top 40 Chart. In addition, the video for the single has received over 150,000 views and mass critical praise for Anthony’s harsh portrayal of the Bush administration and the 8 years of the failed administration. The video has also subjected Anthony to multiple death threats and show cancellations. The 3rd single “Not An Addict” spent 10 weeks on the CHR/Pop Top 40 Chart. To promote the new Deluxe version of GOODBYE Anthony has released a 4th single, “Don’t Fall In Love (With Me),” which will be serviced to radio in April.

A brief example of Sally’s passion and dedication: on the last night of recording sessions for GOODBYE, she was in a serious car accident, totaling her 2001 Porsche 911. She was badly hurt and the police wanted to take her directly to the hospital. However, she knew she only had a few more hours of recording time so she went back to the studio to finish the heartfelt ballad “Villain,” the last song she recorded for the album.

With fierce independence, Anthony has established a loyal fanbase that will only continue to grow. With the buzz growing on a daily basis, the time is now to experience Sally Anthony.

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