Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Cady Groves
Cady Groves performs at The Roxy, when she opened up for Hot Chelle Rae in February.
photo by picksysticks

Cady Groves
Cady Groves
We've been waiting for Oklahoma-native Cady Groves' new album for like, forever now. She's teased us with rare shows, an EP and few Youtube clips of new songs here and there.  Now, she teases us yet again.  Here's Cady Groves' new single "Love Actually," she officially released today which may or may not be in her upcoming debut album from RCA records.  

22-year-old Cady Groves is one of those artists that comes once in a blue moon. Cady became a household name when  country superstar and The Voice judge Blake Shelton agreed to be  in her video for "This Little Girl" after the two traded drunk texts with each other. 

Super talented who writes her own songs, doesn't need auto-tuning and could take you in a fight even though she's a little over 5 feet tall.  Unlike most pop stars today who patronize their fans with an air of fakeness, it's not unusual to see Cady curse on stage as she did when we saw her open up for Hot Chelle Rae at The Roxy earlier this year .  

She's the anti-pop star. A scrapper with an attitude.  So when you listen to her songs, you'll understand where her temper comes from.  It seems she had to grow up quick, living in a family of seven kids, she graduated high school at the age of 16 and went to culinary school. She moved to Los Angeles to write her album and fell in love with an older man who, she later found out, was married.  Writing of breakups and revenge became her therapy and  when she sings of hard breakups and being alone you can sense that she's lived through it.  

"Love Actually" by Cady Groves.