Could someone please let this man put out a full album… that actually stays on the market? His 2004 album Right On Time suffered an Ashley Monroe-like fate, with a digital release that eventually got pulled (but no digital rerelease so far). Then, to add insult to injury, he finished second to One Night Rodeo on The Next GAC Star.
There have been some encouraging signs this year, with Original Signal Recordings issuing a five-song digital EP* on him and the music video for “Where’s a Sunset” getting played on GAC, so hopefully we’ll be hearing more from him soon. As far as I can tell, the biggest roadblock to his success so far has been his similarity to George Strait – a good person to sound like, I think, but he’ll have to figure out a way to differentiate himself a bit more. The country audience is showing no signs of giving up on its existing George Strait.
Anyway, enjoy an acoustic rendition of “Let You Go,” an underperforming 2006 single:
* The digital EP is not as good as Right On Time.