Kris Gordon will release his debut album, DON’T LET GO TONIGHT on November 29, a lively collection of positive-themed songs produced by Dean Miller (son of legend Roger Miller), the first single, “The Upside of Down,” was sent to radio stations last
“The Upside of Down,” written by Tony Ramey and Michael White, is a classic post-breakup lament that turns pain into a heartening experience with its catchy chorus — “… I’m honky-tonking my way around this heartache tonight/If I’m losing your love I’m gonna do it right/Your memory’ll have to chase me all over town/I’ll be OK as long as I stay on the
upside of down” — and with Gordon’s rich baritone, the steel guitar and the rock guitar, shoots skyward. Catch the music video at http://youtube/JD7yarmm764.
The rest of DON’T LET GO TONIGHT is packed with the same style and sound: country-rock, upbeat lyrics, great instrumentation and traditional full-out vocals by Gordon.
Upcoming shows by Gordon include 9 p.m. October 29 at
Waco’s Denim & Diamonds and 10 p.m. November 4 at Thirsty Horse Saloon in San Antonio.
For more information: www.krisgordon.net
Posted by: Sam Moore
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