Music Review- Morgan Mills: Dance In The Rain

I do enjoy country music. Songs like Eric Church’s Like Jesus Does and The Band Perry’s Done are incredible. Morgan Mills is a country and western singer who has an incredible voice. She sings with an old school country music style, but adds a modern twist on it. Her song Dance In The Rain is an inspiring ballad and matched with her amazing talent, it pulls together a fantastic song. She is also into shooting sports. That only makes her cooler.

The song is about conquering your fears. When life gets you down, just dance in the rain. It has a good old fashion All American sound. It is a riveting and catchy, perfect for singing along in the car or on your music device. The music video has all the hallmarks and it matches perfectly with all of the country and western icons. My very favorite lyric is when she says, “It’s not about learning to weather the storms, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.” It is a powerful message.

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