Amy Dalley Is Set To Release Her New Album In March. Amy Dalley is set to release her new album, Coming Out Of The Pain, March 27. This is the Nashville-based country singer/songwriter’s second full length album and combines classic pop-country with the edge of heartland rock. The album was produced by Dalley and husband/engineering/writing partner Jack Sizemore, who is a member of Jason Aldean’s band, and New Voice Entertainment. “This album is just a natural evolution of my own maturity and growth. I think it sounds very me, yet edgier. I really love the songs. In my musical career, I feel happy now. I feel like I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing and what I should have been doing all along. That means taking the reins and being in control of my future in music.” -Dalley Dalley has been a performer since childhood in Kingsport, TN and got her pro start performing at the Dollywood amusement park. In 1994 she relocated to Nashville and formed the national touring group, the Hillbilly Gypsies. Later she landed a deal with Hamstein Music, getting her song “Dream Too Small” on an episode of Dawson’s Creek. In 2003 Dalley signed with Curb Records and released some successful singles, her highest-charting being “Men Don’t Change.” Curb never released the full-length album and in 2008 Dalley left the label. Dalley plans to tour actively in 2012 in support of Coming Out Of The Pain.