Eldredge strips down
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
– Brett Eldredge offered stripped-down version of several songs from his latest album, "Sunday Drive."
"Live From Royal Plum," a three-part acoustic performance series, was filmed at producer Daniel Tashian's home studio. A video debuted on YouTube.
Eldredge kicked off the series last month with the premiere of his current single "Gabrielle," relating the name-titled song to tunes such as Kenny Rogers' "Lucille" and Dolly Parton's "Jolene." Eldredge will round out the series next week with the release of "When I Die."
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