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(AUDIO) Cassadee Pope Finds Similarities In Being A Solo Artist vs. Being In A Group

August 11, 2013

Before Cassadee Pope became a solo country artist, she was in a rock band called Hey Monday, and she says although the dynamic on stage as a solo artist can be a little different, for the most part, it’s not so different going from a group to a solo artist because there’s still a lot of collaborating going on. “I am still creating music with other people. I’m collaborating with songwriters and producers and it’s not my band. But, they are still human beings that I’m collaborating with,” explains Cassadee. “I’m not missing out on that, ‘cause that’s something that I really love to do. But being on stage, sometimes I think about the past and being with my old band and how we had cute little things that we used to do on stage together and the chemistry was really great. But I’ve created really, really great chemistry with my band right now. They’re not ‘in the band’ per se, and we’re not writing together and all of that, but we are creating a sound, my live show together.”

Cassadee has collaborated with a lot of Nashville’s and L.A.’s best writers for her debut album, Frame By Frame, which she’ll release later this year, featuring her first single, “Wasting All These Tears.”


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“Being in Hey Monday as opposed to being solo has it’s differences, but for the most part, it’s very similar. I am still creating music with other people. I’m collaborating with songwriters and producers and it’s not my band. But, they are still human beings that I’m collaborating with. I’m not missing out on that, ‘cause that’s something that I really love to do. But being on stage, sometimes I think about the past and being with my old band and how we had cute little things that we used to do on stage together and the chemistry was really great. But I’ve created really, really great chemistry with my band right now. They’re not ‘in the band’ per se, and we’re not writing together and all of that, but we are creating a sound, my live show together. So, there’s a really great vibe with them on stage, even now. I’m not missing out on a ton of stuff. But I do miss the guys every once in a while.”

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