New Yorker Sondra Toscano, a.k.a. Big City Cowgirl, has a knack for catchy choruses, and each of her songs shows a firm grasp of the basic appeal of country music, right down to her band’s fiddle fills and pedal twangs that drive home the country essence. Her naturally husky voice shows off a solid range on her original material, best of which is “I Never Did But I Do,” a clever ditty about overcoming loneliness and hardship on the road to wedding day bliss. Like most of her material (including the sweet piano ballad “Game of Love”) Toscano gears her work toward a female audience and puts her heroines in relatable scenarios. In fact, “I Never Did But I Do,” with its hooky chorus and full, swelling sound, has chick-flick potential.