Along with playing a honky-tonk belter in the film, Weleetka native Amber Hayes contributes three songs to the soundtrack. The up-and-coming country singer-songwriter imparts down-home life lessons with the charming “Right as Rain” and gets boots scooting with the flirty “C'mon.” She co-wrote the father-daughter ballad “Always There for Me” just for the movie, and her warm, youthful vocals contrast prettily with former Lonestar frontman Richie McDonald's rich, paternal crooning.
Not every Oklahoma musician seen and heard in “Cowgirls N' Angels” is featured on the soundtrack: Edmond country singer Devin Derrick appears in and provided three songs to the movie, Payne County band the Red Dirt Rangers back up Hayes in the honky-tonk scene, and Tulsa fiddler Keaton Cunningham, 8, gives a cameo performance.
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