With a voice as sweet as toffee pudding, England-to-Nashville transplant Fiona Culley has been carving out her own space in Music City since crossing the pond six years ago.
In addition to recording a 2016 duet with Darius Rucker, “Life On the Line,” which she co-wrote, Fiona dropped her debut single, “Act Like a Lady,” in 2017. As she gears up to release her second single this summer, Fiona, who cites Alison Krauss, Trisha Yearwood and Lee Ann Womack as influences, is keeping her fans’ interest piqued with a cover of Lee Ann’s 2004 Top 10 hit, “I May Hate Myself in the Morning.”
“I have always loved Lee Ann Womack—her voice is incredible,” says Fiona. “This song has been one of my favorites, and after recent events in my own life, it speaks to me so much. It is hard to let go of someone you love and move on. This is one of those songs I wish I had written.”
Check out the video premiere of Fiona singing “I May Hate Myself in the Morning.”
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