Brenda Cay sees a different kind of love with “This Ain’t That

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Smooth, catchy and truly romantic!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Brenda Cay is a Nashville-based country singer-songwriter.

Some of her musical influences include Kenny Chesney, Terri Clark and Sara Evans. Brenda has received several accolades during her music career. Her EP “Fragile Like a Bomb” garnered 12 licensing deals and had two tracks featured on Apple Music Hot Tracks (Country). The EP has over 1.9 million Spotify streams. She has 126, 112 monthly listeners on Spotify. Brenda was also nominated for Song of the Year in 2019 at the Josie Awards for her single, “Joe,” in the Americana/Bluegrass category. She is also a member of ASCAP, AMA & The Trop Rock Music Association. In 2022, Brenda Cay signed a publishing deal with Heart Songs Music Group

“This Ain’t That” by Brenda Cay takes listeners through another journey of present love that feels almost too good to be real.

Starting with upbeat country energy, the song sets a happy and contagious romantic atmosphere for the story being portrayed. Moreover, catchy guitars are paired with the thoughtful, entertaining lyrics that fans have come to expect from Cay as she sings about how past relationships always went by fast and ended in nothing, but this one is different. Something as temporary as a “one night stand” stretches out into the future, turning into something comfortable and familiar like coffee and holding hands.

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

Her ability to craft a compelling and honest narrative is impressive…

and that prowess shines as brightly as ever in this track, where Brenda does a great job conveying dreamy and romantic feelings with her voice, as she sings in a smooth tone, almost as if she was daydreaming about the situation. Brenda Cay’s “This Ain’t That” is a classic country get down for the ladies and, without a doubt, is another great addition to Cay’s discography. 

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