It's understandable why Carolyn Dawn Johnson has released two albums in the States, but has only just got around to letting her first single loose over here.
Although born in Canada, the singer-songwriter cites Nashville as the influence for her lacklustre country-pop which will be hard to market to those whose minds work outside the white American box. It's what you've heard before and will undoubtedly hear again. At least her crystal clear voice and gentle acoustic approach distinguish Johnson from - presumably wicked stepmother - Shania Twain.
She's affectionately known back home as CDJ. Surely we've learnt never to import or export anything with these letters in the name?