“More Hearts Than Mine” by Ingrid Andress is currently one of the most played songs on Country radio, charting top #25 and climbing.
It’s a lyrical gem, achingly tender and sweet, sung with sensitivity and emotion, with a plaintive story-line that’s a far cry from much of what we so frequently hear on both Country and Pop radio.
The tone is intimate, Andress pulls you in, tells you that when she took her new boyfriend home to meet the family, the dog, and her high-school buddies, they all fell in love with him, too.
Oh, if we break up, I’ll be fine
But you’ll be breaking more hearts than mine
Growing up, Andress idolized strong Country women; musically, she says Faith Hill was the earliest and most influential, a connection you can hear in Hill’s 1995 #1 hit “It Matters To Me.”
Andress is from Colorado. She’s a graduate the Berklee College Of Music.
She co-wrote “More Hearts Than Mine.”
BoomerMusicUpdate spotlighted Andress’s “Lady Like” last March, timed to coincide with “International Women’s Day.”