Brandon Rhyder releases new single
Monday, February 15, 2010
– Texas country singer Brandon Rhyder is out with a new single, Rock Angel,
which landed in the top spot on both the Texas Music chart and the Texas Regional Radio report today .
Written by Rhyder, Rock Angel, is the lead track from his sixth disc "Head Above Water" to be released nationwide tomorrow, Feb. 16, via Thirty Tigers. The album also includes a bonus DVD featuring an exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of this disc. Walt Wilkins produced the disc.
"You learn, you grow, you change and then you do it again," said Rhyder of making a new disc.
Currently, Rhyder is visiting radio and playing dates in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas with upcoming shows in Austin and Fort Worth.
Songs on the CD are:
1. Rock Angel
2. You Can Count On Me
3.You Burn Me
4. Like It Was The Last Time
5. Last Swan Song
6. It's The Country That Saves Me
7. Head Above Water
8. Ultimate Deceiver
9. I'll Take You
10. You Like Me Again
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