Should you take a journey by way of Tim McGraw’s discography, it’s apparent how a lot he treasures the songs penned by Aimee Mayo. “My Greatest Buddy,” “Medicine or Jesus,” “Let It Go,” “Good Ladies,” “Seventeen,” and “Let’s Make Love” are only a few of the tunes Mayo has written since her arrival in Nashville from rural Alabama when she was solely 19.
And now, in Speaking to the Sky, Mayo shares her personal private tales within the memoir about “residing your greatest life in a shit-show.” And it comes extremely really useful from McGraw. “I encourage EVERYONE to learn this guide. It’s therapeutic in so some ways,” McGraw mentioned of the guide. “Aimee is such a proficient author.”
In a press launch, Mayo describes the guide as one which’s been 15 years within the making. “I’ve gone from small city Alabama woman to Nashville songwriter, and my memoir particulars ALL THE CRAZY that occurred in between,” Mayo mentioned. “It’s my coronary heart on paper. As a child, after I felt powerless and alone, I liked to climb a tree or lay on a towel within the yard and stare up on the clouds and dream. The sky was kinda like my imaginary good friend. Within the daytime, I favored to faux she had on her favourite pale denims and a white cotton T-shirt, then at night time she wore a bit black costume and all her bling.
“I’m unsure who I’m speaking to, God, the Universe, angels, my dad. However, I imagine one thing, someplace is listening to our prayers.”
After FIFTEEN FREAKING YEARS my guide TALKING TO THE SKY (A Memoir of Dwelling My Greatest Life in A Sh!t-Present) is occurring Amazon this Friday … BLACK FRIDAY!!! Should you like to learn or when you’re in search of presents its getting unimaginable critiques. Thanks #Talkingtothesky #memoir pic.twitter.com/W6elKWJlYP
— Aimee Mayo (@AimeeMayo) November 24, 2020
Mayo’s Grammy-nominated songs have been recorded not simply by McGraw, however by numerous different nation stars like Martina McBride, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Kellie Pickler, Religion Hill, Sara Evans, and Lonestar.