Dillon Carmichael Blends Old School Traditionalism With Modern-Day Humor On ‘Hot Beer’ EP
Out May 14
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Dillon Carmichael delivers his distinctive Kentucky-bred deep holler baritone with songs that will take you back to the 90s on his forthcoming ‘Hot Beer’ EP, out Friday May 14th via Riser House Records. The 6-track collection is chock-full of music from standout songwriters including Hardy, Ashley Gorley, Jessi Alexander, David Lee Murphy and others. Pre-order is available, here: orcd.co/hotbeereppre-order
Today (3.19), Carmichael shares his rendition of Montgomery Gentry’s “Lucky Man,” a song close to his heart — not only because it was recorded by his uncle Eddie Montgomery, but also because the pandemic has allowed him to reflect on the many reasons he has to be thankful. The visualizer with this song includes an Opry performance, family and friends, the cities his career has allowed him to visit, and on top of that, his recent engagement. Watch the heartwarming video here: youtu.be/wdxSdn2ZYqs
“Lucky Man” follows the Bakersfield-tinged title track “Hot Beer" and TIkTok-viral hit “Sawin’ Logs,” which both showcase Carmichael's knee-slapping humor and were produced with the help of Jon Pardi. In the hilarious “Big Truck," Carmichael questions the motives of his girlfriend’s affection — is it because of his big heart or his lift kit? On a more serious note, “Somewhere She Ain’t” addresses heartbreak, and “Since You’ve Been In It” is a traditional Carmichael love song.
‘Hot Beer’ is part I of Carmichael’s new music, and a full LP is expected later this year. For more information, visit dilloncarmichael.com.
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March 24, 2021 12:10pm ET by Shore Fire Media