Brand New With Barnes – The Week In Review for May 19 to May 23 [VIDEOS]
Brand New With Barnes features new songs from well known artists and singers you’ve never heard of before. This, is your weekly recap in case you missed some.
“Kiss You Tonight” is on Nail’s latest album called I’m a Fire. The album was released in May of 2013 and you might recall the first single, “Whatever’s She’s Got” which garnered a #2 spot on the charts. “Kiss You Tonight” was co-written by American Idol winner, David Cook.
There currently is no video to view, including just a lyric video, so keep an eye out. Sawyer Brown has released over 20 studio albums to date, with more than 50 charted singles including 5 top ten singles. Over the years, the band has received numerous awards including ACM, CMA and CMT top honors for Vocal Group of the Year. “Walk Out Of The Rain” is the band’s newest single from Travelin’ Band.
The new single “Cold One” can be found on the Outsiders album. Eric Church is know for wearing his signature aviator sunglasses while on stage and here’s why: When his career was getting started, he was forced to deal with the heat from the stage lights drying out his contacts, so, he kept his shades on. As he began performing in larger venues, his aviators became his signature trademark. Eric has become an avid advocate for the use of marijuana and has even been questioned by his own record label for the song “Smoke A Little Smoke” at the time urging him not to release the record. The song’s success however has kept the record label at bay.
“Ball Cap” was co-written by James Stroud who has also written for Aaron Lewis and a couple of other guys you may have heard of; Clint Black and Tim McGraw. Templeton’s first single called “I Could Be The One” was orignally recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus in 2009 but was never released as a single. The new album has not been titled or announced yet.
“What Dreamers Do” was on the album called Storm but after a nasty lawsuit, Tritt aquired the rights to the album and re-named it The Calm After.