Aubrie Sellers | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN |

Aubrie Sellers, the Nashville born daughter of country music, closed out the PRX Stage for day two of NonCOMM. She delivered her performance with sheer will and powerful pipes, opening up with a performance of “Light of Day” that would impress Dolly Parton. Her set was filled with songs from her first record, New City Blues.

However, Sellers also comes from a line of Americana-influenced country music, a line that shines brightly today also through artists such as Chris Stapleton and Margo Price.

Aubrie Sellers – NONCOMM 2016

She told the crowd that she wrote her songs alone in her bedroom and was “so glad people were connecting with them.” She then broke into the lovelorn and drifting “Losing Ground” after thanking everybody in the audience.

Sellers and her band delighted and destroyed the PRX Stage through thunderous country and raining down the blues, especially on the paralyzing “Just To Be With You.” They say lightning never strikes twice, but even after a day filled with blues and storytelling, Sellers found a way to do it.

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