Falling in Love with Mo Kenney

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With her lonesome take on Patsy Cline’s “You Belong To Me,” Mo Kenney hints at her own longing, and asserts the universality of the song; to consider the distance between us and our loved ones, to miss them with all our heart, is as natural as breathing.

 

Over Kenney’s career, she’s explored numerous facets of herself. “You Belong To Me” is the introduction to a covers collection that will further unmask Kenney’s artistic identities.  Mo Kenney hints at her own longing, and asserts the universality of the song; to consider the distance between us and our loved ones, to miss them with all our heart, is as natural as breathing.As the introduction to a covers collection that will further unmask Kenney’s artistic identities,“You Belong To Me” also represents a place and time in her own history with rural Nova Scotia.”Old country songs always remind me of hanging out with my grandfather Ozzy in West Gore,”Kenney says about the song. “The radio was always on and those tunes were always playing.I’ve been a fan of Patsy Cline since I was a kid, and this is my favourite song of hers.”

 

Listen to the new song, below: