From the Vault...


Skyla Spencer
"You Said You'd Call Me"

© Skyla Spencer Records Rating:

track listing
  • You Said You'd Call Me
  • Chuga Choo Choo
  • If I Were Rain
  • He's A Bad Boy
  • Wild Dreams
  • Why Do You Do
    This To Me
  • Oh What A Day
  • You Make Me Believe
  • In Paradise
  • One More Chance
  • Reach For The Stars

  • WSVNRadio Archives
    A B C D E F G H I J K L M
    N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

    Skyla Spencer related sites:
    Skyla Spencer Website

    No page on Wikipedia
    Previous Review: #1682
    Phil Collins--But Seriously
    Next Review: #1684
    David Hasselhoff--Everybody Sunshine
    Skyla Spencer
    "You Said You'd Call Me"

    Skyla Spencer is another member of our WSVNRadio Hall of Fame, Volume 17. Her song on Volume 17 is the title track of her album, You Said You'd Call Me. A country artist, he country sound is not "Today's Country." Instead, her country sound is definitely how Country music should sound like. Honky-tonk'ish, Country line dancing, this is an artist who definitely knows how to record Country music.

    The title track is pure Country, likewise, the next track, "Chuga Choo Choo." "If I Were Rain" turns in a different direction; as it is a mellow Country tune, easily fitting the Country format. A ballad, for sure, and a pure Country one. "He's A Bad Boy" returns back to the honky-tonkin' Country. "Wild Dreams" -- another good, upbeat Country tune. Another good Country ballad, for "Why Do You Do This To Me."\ "Oh What A Day" -- another Country rocker! "You Make Me Believe" -- another beautiful Country ballad! (This one just may be the best ballad, from the others; it reminds me of another ballad, by The Coors, with Bono - "When The Stars Go Blue".

    More of what Country music should sound like -- "In Paradise" -- it's similiar to a Country'ish Linda Ronstadt song ("Poor Pitiful Me") Another good ballad follows, "One More Chance," as it is a very pretty song, as in Boston's "Let Me Take You Home Tonight." The album closes with "Reach For The Stars," another good Country-sounding tune, easily fitting the traditional Country format.

    Skyla Spencer's You Said You'd Call Me" IS Country music. This is what Country should be sounding like today. She may not be easily recognized, yet she should be, being an independent artist.

    Skyla Spencer's Bio, from her website: Skyla grew up in West Virginia and moved to Nashville over ten years ago to pursue a career in Country Music. Little did she know, not only would she record and have her music on radio, but she would also become a Published Author and most recently crowned Ms.Tennessee All World Beauties 2016. Skyla will compete in the National pageant July 6-11 2016 in Orlando, FL. Her platform is Thyroid Awareness and Support. She was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism over four years ago and it is her mission to bring national awareness to this disease that is so misunderstood by many.

    Skyla has appeared on national TV networks including ABC, CMT and GAC. Appearing on the Ellen Degrees show, dancing and starring in music videos, film, commercials, dancing at NFL games and much more. Skyla has been featured in national and noteworthy magazines such as: Country Weekly, Power Source, Skope, Music Row magazine, and many more.

    She was voted by Toast of Music City 2011, as one of the top three Best Local Celebrities in Nashville. Skyla has been entertaining audiences for years and has been making a mark in the Nashville community as an all-around entertainer. She is an accomplished performer and entertainer and has headlined and sang for our US troops overseas, as well as having songs on the radio and charting on country charts. She is no stranger to the stage, combining both her love of singing and dancing.

    With a BA in Liberal Arts (Dance and Psychology) and an AA in Dance, she has used her dance training to entertain crowds all over the nation and internationally.

    Skyla has a lot of energy on the stage, rather she is singing and dancing or both, and she willcaptivate you. When Skyla is not on the road singing or in the studio recording, you can catch her at the Wildhorse Saloon teaching dance and entertaining guests.

    Skyla Spencer -- a proud member of our WSVNRadio Hall of Fame. If you enjoy Country, Skyla Spencer's You Said You'd Call Me IS Country.

    © All rights reserved. Review or any portion may not be reproduced without written permission. Cover art is the intellectual property of Skyla Spencer Records

    Previous Review: #1682
    Phil Collins--But Seriously
    Next Review: #1684
    David Hasselhoff--Everybody Sunshine