Original Tune, Poised To Become Country Classic,
Available Via All Digital And Streaming Outlets--Friday, September 14, 2020
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country music entertainer and Texas native, George Dearborne (REG Records) is set to release his first Nashville recording, “Old Brown Bottle,”* in mid-September. Written by Jimmy Ritchey (George Strait/Mark Chesnutt/Jake Owen), Donald Poythress (Big Loud Shirt, Nashville) and GMA Dove Award Winner Tony Wood, and produced by Ritchey (Jake Owen/ Mark Chesnutt/Clay Walker), the track will be available Friday, September 14, 2020 via all major digital retail and streaming outlets (Amazon/iTunes/Pandora/ Spotify/Tidal). The tune is the title track and the early introduction to the Texan’s forthcoming album OLD BROWN BOTTLE.
Tickling ivories do-si-do with rockin’ electric guitars to disguise the heartbreak storyline in this good-timin’, used-up, drank-up, party’s over, so long, goodbye tune poised to become a country classic and honky-tonk favorite.
YEAH I FEEL LIKE AN OLD BROWN BOTTLE
ROLLIN’ ‘ROUND IN THE BACK OF YOUR TRUCK
IT WAS REAL FUN FOR A WHILE
AND GIRL YOU REALLY DRANK IT UP
THEN NEXT THING I KNEW YOU TOSSED ME OUT THE WINDOW
ONCE YOU HAD ENOUGH
AND I FEEL LIKE AN OLD BROWN BOTTLE
ROLLIN’ ROUND IN THE BACK OF YOUR TRUCK
“’Old Brown Bottle’ is a straight-up break-up song; rather than sappy, the upbeat melody gives the tune a light-hearted twist,” said Dearborne. “The Nashville recording experience is one for the memory books; I’m in awe of the professionalism and mutual respect shared among the fellow musicians and my producer, Jimmy Ritchey.”
Texas radio promotion will be spearheaded by Gerrie McDowell; digital retail distribution and streaming services by Ed Gertler/ Digital Retail Services.
ABOUT GEORGE DEARBORNE:
George Dearborne launched his music career sitting behind a drum kit in the late 70s. He moved to center stage to front his own band and became the opener for legendary country artists Keith Whitley, Conway Twitty, George Jones, Hank Williams, Jr. and many others.
In the early 90s, Dearborne became a regular at Cutter’s Dance Hall in Beaumont, TX alongside “the boys from Beaumont,” Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Byrd.
After a bit of a hiatus, George reassembled a group of musicians, including three members of his original band, to form “George Dearborne and Branded.” Dearborne and his band became a signature mainstay, cultivating a loyal fan base, performing at Marsh Fest and Rice Festival and notable Texas venues such as Billy Bob’s and Lil Red’s Longhorn Saloon (Ft. Worth, TX), 11th Street Cowboy Bar (Bandera, TX) and Mo’s Place (Katy, TX).
Dearborne is set to release a new CD, titled OLD BROWN BOTTLE, produced by Jimmy Ritchey, in late 2020.
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