Old Dominion releases "One Man Band" as single
Monday, June 17, 2019
– Old Dominion released "One Man Band" as their next radio single.
"One Man Band" impacted country radio today as the most added song.
Old Dominion front man Matthew Ramsey said, "'One Man Band' is the first true 'love song' we've ever released. One of the things we talk about the most in this band is how we can't imagine being on this crazy ride alone. We have each other to celebrate the highs and get through the challenges with. It's one of the best parts of being a band. Sure, you can make music alone. But if you find people you have a chemistry with a whole new world opens up. I think it's the same with life and love. You can go it alone. But sometimes there is another person out there that adds something to your 'music' that you would have never had on your own. That's the show you want to take on the road. That's what this song is about."
The band's most recent single was the hit "Make It Sweet."
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