Mills, Kate / Each Bittersweet Drop
Album:Each Bittersweet Drop Collection:Country
Artist:Mills, Kate Added:Mar 2020
Label:Self Release 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2022-03-23 Pull Date:2022-05-25 Charts:Country/Bluegrass
Week Ending:May 22

Recent Airplay
1.Jun 24, 2022:Traditions
Turn to Me
4.Feb 11, 2022:Traditions
No Yellow Brick Road
2.May 20, 2022:Traditions
Fall Apart
5.Jan 21, 2022:Traditions
No Yellow Brick Road
3.Feb 18, 2022:Traditions
No Yellow Brick Road
6.Dec 22, 2021:Traditions (rebroadcast from Dec 17, 2021)
Honest Mistakes

Album Review
Be Sharp
Reviewed 2020-03-29 

The first full-length album from newcomer Kate Mills features good singing and personal; interesting, reflective lyrics. Most songs are written by the artist. A good band includes electric guitar, steel, bass, drums.
RIYL Brandi Carlile, Kasey Musgraves, Dixie Chicks

No FCC issues

1 ** Mid-fast. Bright & lively but slightly sad. Nice singing. (4:46)
2 ** Mid-tempo. The single. Personal lyrics grapple with life’s regrets. Quite good. (3:38)
3 Mid-tempo. A just-ok cheating song. (4:11)
4 Mid-fast country rock. Sorta cliché and overdone. (3:13)
5 ** Mid-tempo. Keeping focused and moving on in life. Optimistic & pleasant. (3:48)
6 * Mid-tempo. Friend’s drug addiction leads to death. Lilacs are a poignant image. (3:04)
7 Mid-slow. Duet love song. Richly orchestrated. Pretty but just a bit too much. (3:31)
8 Mid-slow. Sappy farewell song in a tedious 3/4 time. (3:29)
9 * Mid-tempo. Big, lush sound. A cast of thousands. There’s even a flute. (4:51)

Track Listing
1.Fall Apart 5.No Yellow Brick Road
2.Honest Mistakes 6.Cold Spring
3.What Did You Think? 7.Lights Fade
4.Outrun the Night 8.No Good at Goodbyes
 9.Turn to Me