It's important to note that all of these songs are still in demo form. This is what Chestnut is able to make in the rawest and realest sense. I think a great sense of how talented an artist is is by looking at what they are able to do with limited resources: how good their demos and worktapes are, and how good they are even playing at low paying and honestly some not so great gigs. Even through the slight roughness, the diamond in the rough is clear. Chestnut has a bright future in country music, and if the industry starts letting country back into country music, she is sure to find success.
Best tracks: My Hands, Roses Were Red (Screw You)
Throwaway tracks: none
Overall rating: 4 crowns