Brett Eldredge releases new single
Monday, June 27, 2011
– Brett Eldredge is releasing his new single, It Aint Gotta Be Love,
to country radio today.
The song will be available at all digital retailers beginning Tuesday, June 28 and will be featured on his forthcoming debut album produced by Byron Gallimore.
Co-written by Eldredge, Wayd Battle and Ben Daniel, It Aint Gotta Be Love, is an up-tempo tune. The song is the follow-up to his Top 25 debut single Raymond and was also is featured in the movie Country Strong starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw.
This song could not be more different than Raymond, said Eldredge. This is another side of me and my music that I cant wait for fans to see."
Eldredge is opening dates for Brad Paisley on his H2O II: Wetter & Wilder Tour including Scranton, Pa. (July 22), Darien Lakes, N.Y. (July 23) and Columbus, Ohio (Aug. 7).
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