by Katie Crowder
Since July 3rd, Lance Dubroc’s fans have been enthralled by the sound of the first single, “I Don’t Want To Lose You, Anna”. The single is being received as well as an artist could hope. Original writer, Mark Sherrill complimented the single saying Dubroc’s cut is his favorite version of the song. Mark also wrote “Ol’ Red,” a hit for Blake Shelton.
Dubroc is pleased with the success of the single, just two weeks after the release, “I’ve been contacted by numerous Annas from Louisiana, and they love it.”
One fan, Ms. Robbie, reached out to Dubroc saying, “I think this is going to be the song that puts you over the top.”
The album has, so far, been met with other great reviews as well:
“Lance’s latest recordings are indelible roots recordings that seamlessly blend country, R&B, pop, and soul.”Johnathan Berstein, Research Editor at Rolling Stone
“Carrying on in the tradition of Gulf Coast Blue-Eyed Soul singer/songwriters like Bobby Charles and Jimmy Donley, Lance Dubroc is the real deal. In his latest album Sunny Days, Dubroc brings his South Louisiana roots to Muscle Shoals to create a unique sound that represents the best of both worlds.”Red Kelly, Cosimocode.com
“I Don’t Want To Lose You Anna” is an essential addition to your daily playlist, and it is just the beginning of more great things to come out of Louisiana and Muscle Shoals, from Lance Dubroc. The single is available on all streaming platforms.