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“Love Ain’t A Prize” by Donica Knight |indie Music Mondays (classic)

Love ain’t a priiize, Love ain’t a priiiize. I’ve had this song stuck in my head since last night and that’s not a bad thing. Donica Knight has done a superb job singing wise, with a very powerful voice with a cool little southern twang that’s hard not to like. On top of that the music video itself is very light hearted and fun to watch, with warm atmospheres that helps uplift the song as a whole. Oh and did I talk about Donica Knights vocals!? If this isn’t on top of some billboard by the end of the week then i’m not for sure to say about music nowadays. If you haven’t already check out the awesome music video below, and also Donica’s new single will be released worldwide November 1st, be sure to mark your calendars! 

Artist bio brief:

Donica Knight is an acclaimed singer, songwriter and entertainer hailing from Montgomery, Alabama. Donica’s unique blend of Southern rock, country, blues and old East Memphis music has led to a rigorous touring schedule in the Southeast, performing more than 350 dates, opening for both country and rock superstars, as diverse as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Styx, Hank Williams Jr., Kid Rock, Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Kenny Rogers, Scotty McCreery, Jamey Johnson, Little River Band, Skid Row, Kellie Pickler, Blackberry Smoke, Joe Nichols, REO Speedwagon, The Band Perry, Chris Young, 3 Doors Down and many others.

A self-proclaimed tomboy and sports fan, Donica wrote and recorded “Great To Be,” which was regularly played at her beloved Auburn Tigers’ football games.  She has also written and recorded duets with country legend, Ronnie Milsap.  Donica’s music can be heard in several television and radio commercials, and on the award-winning soundtrack for the film Halloween Party. She also has two co-writes in the upcoming Tracy Lawrence film, Alabama Dirt.  Donica has worked in the studio with Platinum selling and Grammy nominated producers, Mickey Jack Cones, Blake Mevis, and Rob Galbraith. Her most recent collaboration is with producer/guitarist and multi-platinum songwriter, Jim Huff (Joe Bonamassa, Holly Brook aka Skylar Grey and 2015 Grammy nominee Dave Yaden). Recorded in Los Angeles, the self-penned Can’t Buy a Southern Girl EP features the scorching lead single and video, “Love Ain’t a Prize,” scheduled for October 2015 release.  For more information, visit



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