Testimonials and Press
When she pulled up to the radio station, this time, she was in a beautiful tour bus with her name on the side!
She must be doing something right!
Candy has always been exceptionally nice as well. Anytime I've ever needed anything from her she's been quick to get me what I need. If I need promotional material, CD's to give away on the air, etc. Come to think of it, every single person that I've dealt with from Candy's record label, her band mates, her manager, to Candy herself has been very easy to work with.
Candy puts on a high energy show & is amazing live in concert. I've seen her perform several times & she never disappoints!
Songwriting, singing, touring, recording, being a wife & a mother, a business woman, or even a friend, Candy can do it all!
"Candy Coburn is one of those artists that seemingly has it all. She can sing like nobody’s business, is a heavily sought-after performer for her high-energy shoe, and well, she’s pretty easy to look at, as well. On her current disc, she puts it all together for quite the collection....
...But, then again, Coburn is full of power – and talent, from start to finish. So, watch out world, 2012 could very well be her year!"
From "Neil Haislop's Nashville IQ" on All Access Music.
"Don't Walk Away" by CANDY COBURN
Candy Coburn's "Don't Walk Away" provides a welcome grown-up single about a pleading lover telling her mate that waking away isn't the way to go. Coburn's vocal is sincere and seems autobiographical as she sings this pleading number in a vocal style and sound reminiscent of SugarLand's Jennifer Nettles, yet all her own. Don't just walk away from "Don't Walk Away."
Radio Version 00:03:51
on Loma Jean Records
Available Date & Time: Jan 31, 2012 - 8:00AM ET Impact Date: Jan 2, 2012
The Aug. 27 show featuring Luke Bryan and special guest Candy Coburn attracted the largest Fair free concert crowd in Cardinal Stadium.
"Having the opportunity to use my book as a vehicle to share advice to others not only through my eyes but through the eyes of so many other pioneering women was truly humbling," continued Fisher, whose own mother, Reba Fisher, contributed to a section of the book about raising your child to be a success. "So many pioneering women helped us put a unique spin on the book and for that, I'm very thankful."
Those women include, actress Ashley Judd, Coca-Cola marketing executive Bea Perez, LPGA tour player Jill McGill, Wellpoint CEO and Indianapolis resident Angela Braly, musician Candy Coburn, ESPN on ABC reporter Jamie Little, and NHRA Funny Car drag racer Ashley Force Hood.
People of the Year
"They’re successful. Involved. Generous.And it’s time we recognized them. We found residents of 417-land who have been shaking things up in 2009, and we’re proud to call them our People of the Year..."
By Melody Adams; Photos by Edward Biamonte