Sunny Sweeney At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Sunny Sweeney's fun country tunes have taken her from a regional artist with a small following in Austin's country scene to a national superstar. Sweeney grew up in Houston and started playing in Austin. She gained regional success in Texas and Oklahoma with “If I Could,” “Ten Years Pass,” and “East Texas Pines” from her self-released first album. After making a splash on Texas charts, that album, Heartbreaker's Hall of Fame, was re-released by Big Machine Records. Concrete, Sweeney's second album, contained her first charting single, “From a Table Away,” which broke into the Top 10. It was followed by two more hits, “Staying's Worse Than Leaving” and “Drink Myself Single.” Sweeney made her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2007.