“Easy Come, Easy Go,” the video for the single from Sierra Hull’s forthcoming album Daybreak is premiering today on CMT (Country Music Television). The video was directed by award winning director David McClister (Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Leann Rimes) and was filmed in one day at the Two Rivers Mansion in Nashville, features her touring band Highway 111 and can be viewed here. Hull will be performing in the Boston area this week, first at an in-store CD signing at the Back Bay Best Buy on Wednesday, March 9, that evening at Johnny D’s in Somerville and again Thursday, March 10 opening for Kathy Mattea at the Berklee Performance Center. These upcoming shows are in support of Daybreak, her new solo album coming out this Tuesday, March 8.
Hull, a 19-year-old bluegrass mandolin prodigy, is in her final year at Berklee College of Music where she is the first bluegrass artist to be awarded Berklee’s Presidential Scholarship. This prestigious award is given to only 5 students out of thousands of applicants. It includes tuition, school fees, and room and board.