Luanne Hunt is an award-winning independent singer/songwriter from Apple Valley, California. She is a three-time Grammy balloted artist who has worked in the music industry for over a quarter century. In that time she has enjoyed a number of successes.
Her song “Solace in the Wind” was an international independent Country hit in 2007. In recent years Luanne Hunt may be best known for her holiday hit “Christmas Without You.” Now the prolific artist has released her 21st studio album, “Portraits in Song.” Currently available on SoundCloud and YouTube, the record is an eight song collection of new original material including the first single “The Butterfly Effect.”
“The Butterfly Effect” was penned by the Nashville songwriting team of Greg Matthews and Bill O’Hanlon. The song does not describe a model of chaos theory, nor is it a reference to the trippy 2004 Ashton Kutcher movie of the same name. In Luanne Hunt’s hands, “The Butterfly Effect” refers to the enduring, innocent and sweet excitement of true love.
An acoustic trio of piano, guitar and flute open the track, setting a mellow, idyllic scene. The ensemble eventually expands to include drums, bass and strings to create a rich tapestry of sound. They accompany the singer as she sings of a lasting love that still gives her butterflies. It’s a beautiful piece with a universally relatable theme.
Check out “The Butterfly Effect” video below. And follow the links below the video to connect with Luanne Hunt. Get on her socials and get in the loop on all the news surrounding her brand new album “Portraits in Song.”