Enjoy a Friday-Night Date with Newcomer Aubrie Sellers

Atlantic Records/Warner Music NashvilleIf you’ve yet to experience the powerful sound of Aubrie Sellers, tonight's your chance. Though she’s often remembered as one of the little girls in mom Lee Ann Womack’s iconic “I Hope You Dance” video, she’s all grown-up now, pioneering her own music she likes to call “garage country.”

Tonight, Aubrie’s featured in her own interview and performance special, titled Aubrie Sellers: Live from Austin. You can catch it at 9:30 p.m. ET on AUDIENCE network.

You can also check out a preview of the concert on YouTube, featuring Aubrie’s debut single, “Sit Here and Cry.” Her first album, New City Blues, was just re-released by Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville.

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