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Hannah Ellis "Wine Country" Song Review

Singer-songwriter Hannah Ellis is ready for her fans to hear some new music. Ellis has released her song "Wine Country," and it speaks to all of the women who love a country night accompanied by a glass of red.

Ellis is a proud native of Kentucky who wears her heart on her sleeve. She appeared on The Voice before releasing a self-financed EP. Ellis has also written and been featured as a vocalist on songs for Carly Pearce, Russell Dickerson, and many more. Ellis toured as an opening act for Pearce in 2022 where she would stand in for Ashley McBryde's part of "Never Wanted To Be That Girl." Ellis is an artist to watch who shows no sign of slowing down.

"Wine Country" puts Ellis' personality and style on full display with a feminine flare. The song is playful and has the makings to be an anthem for girls who love country music. In the track, Ellis exclaims, "Don’t need a long stem glass to drink high class / Don’t mind a plastic clink clink / I got expensive taste but I’m small town made / That’s how daddy raised me / I put the bougie in the backroads  / Give me a bonfire and some vino."