Girl Going Nowhere

Ashley McBryde - Girl Going Nowhere
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 11 ratings
March 30, 2018 / Release Date
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Warner Nashville / Label
Country / Genres
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The needle may keep moving for female country artists, but that’s of little concern to McBryde. She’s on a journey toward career longevity and Nowhere is her confident and solid first step.


Girls Going Nowhere fulfills the expectations of those two singles, and is thus well worth the wait.

Rolling Stone

McBryde’s got a big, vibrato-tinged alto, biker-chick style, and she wrote or co-wrote everything here, including “Dahlonega,” with a sharp eye for piercing detail. She has a serious gift.


The forceful sound of Girl Going Nowhere may camouflage the subtleties of her songwriting, but it's also an asset, as the production, along with her powerhouse voice, demand attention. Once McBryde has that, she gives you plenty of reasons to return to this exceptional record again and again.

► BEST TRACKS: "Girl Goin' Nowhere", "Southern Babylon", "Livin' Next to Leroy", "El Dorado" and "Tired of Being Happy"
► WORST TRACKS: "Radioland"
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Track List

  1. Girl Goin' Nowhere
  2. Radioland
  3. American Scandal
  4. Southern Babylon
  5. The Jacket
  6. Livin' Next to Leroy
  7. A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega
  8. Andy (I Can't Live Without You)
  9. El Dorado
  10. Tired of Being Happy
  11. Home Sweet Highway
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Added on: March 28, 2018