Strength, versatility and a spunky sense of adventure are qualities more often associated with literary heroines than successful country singers, but then there’s nothing typical about Sara Evans. Whether dominating country radio airwaves with one of her many hit singles or attracting a new legion of fans with her spirited turn on “Dancing with the Stars,” Evans’ drive, talent and determination have placed her in an elite class of artists who transcend musical genres to become a household name. Produced by Pete Anderson, her debut disc, “Three Chords and the Truth,” earned praise from critics, but it was her second disc, “No Place That Far,” that brought Evans the commercial success to match the critical acclaim. Her next album, “Born to Fly” spawned four hit singles, which are included on “Greatest Hits”—“I Could Not Ask for More,” “Saints and Angels,” “I Keep Looking,” and the title track. "Slow Me Down" is her 7th studio album and first album since 2011's releases "Stronger" and "Restless".
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