NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Emerging singer-songwriter Marie Wise-Hawkins, releases her highly anticipated third and final installment of her summer single trilogy, titled "Island Time" today, Friday, June 16. Inspired by her California upbringing and fueled by her love for Nashville country, the songstress has crafted a sound that effortlessly bridges the gap between two distinctive musical landscapes. The final single of her summer trilogy, "Island Time," is a testament to her artistry. Listen to the song here.
Premiered exclusively with Bridge Magazine yesterday, "Island Time" transports listeners to a sun-soaked paradise, where warm breezes and palm trees provide the backdrop for Marie’s irresistible melodies and heartfelt lyrics. The song encapsulates the essence of a carefree summer getaway, inviting audiences to embrace the magic of a tropical island while grooving to the infectious rhythm of country-infused tunes.
Each installment of the summer single trilogy has showcased Marie’s ability to seamlessly blend the best of her influences, creating a sonic experience that resonates with fans of all genres. On the heels of “Somewhere In Mexico” and “Find Me ON A Beach,” "Island Time" serves as the final piece of this musical puzzle, completing the trilogy in a way that leaves a lasting impression on listeners, just in time for the beginning of the summer season.
With her remarkable storytelling and captivating vocals, Marie Wise-Hawkins has been steadily making a name for herself in the genre. Her previous releases have received critical acclaim and garnered a devoted fan base, eagerly awaiting the arrival of "Island Time." Fans can catch Marie in Nashville as she takes to the legendary Tootsie’s stage weekly. She has performed at the historic Ryman Auditorium and shared the stage with country stars such as LeAnn Rimes, Brad Paisley, Zac Brown Band and Darius Rucker, among others. With high-energy performances, relatable songs and an unwavering work ethic, Marie has carved out her own place in the genre and placed herself at the forefront of the coastal country scene.