Sunny Sweeney has always burned the candle at both ends throughout her career and it has paid off in many ways including launching a new radio show on Sirius XM.

Not only is Sunny releasing a new album called "Married Alone" on September 23rd, but she is also starting a brand new radio show on Sirius XM's Willie's Roadhouse channel. I love the name of the show because it fits so well. The show is called "Sunny Side Up" and Sweeney is now officially Willie's Roadhouse weekday morning DJ with her show running from 7am-1pm Central time weekdays.

Sunny says...“I do not take lightly the history of country music. I would have never in my wildest dreams thought I would be able to say ‘Willie Nelson is my boss. I’m looking so forward to being a small part of everyone’s mornings.”

Sunny has been writing, recording, touring and everything else that goes with being a country music performer for many years now and I have no doubt will be very comfortable and entertaining in her new DJ position.

On top of that, Sunny is releasing her latest project called "Married Alone" which will be available for purchase starting on September 23rd. Sunny Sweeney is one of those rare performers who has enjoyed success in both Texas Country and also on the Nashville scene. "Married Alone" is the celebrated singer-songwriter’s fifth studio album and the follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed Trophy.

Sunny also has an extensive touring schedule all over the U.S. in support of her new forthcoming album so she is staying very busy....as always!!

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