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On "You Ain't Unlucky," Veronica Lewis Proves Luck's Got Nothin' to Do With It


As we move into a new year and a new season, HPPR continues to get a lot of new music. One of these emerging artists, Veronica Lewis, joined me for a conversation about her new album, You Ain't Unlucky. This 17-year old boogie-woogie piano player and songwriter blasted to #2 on the Billboard Blues Album Sales Chart the first week of March, which is quite an accomplishment for an artist so young. Imagine a mash-up of Katie Webster and Freddie Mercury, with a little Jerry Lee Lewis in the mix. Bam! That's the kind of sound you can expect from Veronica Lewis.

On the behalf of HPPR, we would like to thank Veronica for sharing her time with our listeners! Definitely check out her video for the title track.) For more information regarding Veronica and her music, visit her website here. To listen to the full interview, please click the link below. 

Phoo Phae Sone joined High Plains Public Radio in October 2020 through the PRO Internship Program in Amarillo. A senior at Palo Duro High School, her passion for writing is what brought her to the station. She hopes to focus on developing her skills in journalism, cultural coverage, and artist interviews. She particularly excited to research stories for HPPR’s Music Department, including coverage of regional bands, events, and new releases. Phoo Phae has been active in her school's band for years as a drum major, and she also plays clarinet. In her spare time, she enjoys writing poems and reading. Phoo Phae plans to graduate May 2021, at which time she will pursue a four-year degree in Creative Writing.