Kristian Bush will get rolling Monday morning with a performance on the “Today” show.
The Atlanta country man will perform “Trailer Hitch,” the breezy first official single from his upcoming debut solo album, “Southern Gravity.” The album was produced by Byron Gallimore and will be released on Streamsound Records.
The lyric video for “Trailer Hitch” demonstrated the song’s ethos about happiness being found outside of material possessions.
But the official video, filmed in East Nashville, takes a more (humorously) apocalyptic tone. Keep an eye out for Bush’s brother Brandon throughout the clip, as well as Atlanta’s Larkin Poe and up-and-comer Canaan Smith.
And in still more Bush news, the easy-going male half of Sugarland will return to Eddie’s Attic this holiday season for his traditional post-Thanksgiving shows Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. Demand has been so strong that Bush and friends will now perform two shows per night.
On Nov. 30, Smith will join him for both shows (at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m.), while Dec. 1 brings Smith and Ellis Paul (at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.). On hand for all four shows will be Larkin Poe.
Tickets for all of the show are $25 (general admission advance), $32 (general admission at the door) and $125 (reserved table for four).
For more information, visit www.eddiesattic.com.
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