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article imageChase Bryant talks 'Take It On Back' and Brantley Gilbert tour Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 24, 2014 in Music
Up-and-coming country singer Chase Bryant chatted about his debut single "Take It On Back" and being a part of Brantley Gilbert's headlining tour.
His new single "Take It On Back," released on Red Bow Records, just went for adds to country radio on July 14. "Instead on focusing on writing something that we thought was a hit, we focused on writing something that sounds like who Chase Bryant is as an artist. We went through all of our influences and we came up with something fun and a summer anthem," he said. "The song is supposed to be about going back to that time with somebody that you have been with before, and letting the top down and turning the radio up and taking it on back."
Bryant is a part of the Red Bow Records family, which is home to such country artists as Joe Nichols and David Fanning. "It's a honor, especially since it is a part of the whole Broken Bow family as well. It is awesome that I am on the same label as Jason Aldean and Randy Houser and Thompson Square and Joe Nichols," he admitted.
He shared that his greatest musical influence is his grandfather, who played piano for Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly and Waylon Jennings. "Other big influences of mine were Radney Foster, Keith Urban and Jack Ingram," he said. "When it came to the other side of music, I was inspired by Bryan Adams, Tom Petty and Fleetwood Mac."
The Texas native will be a part of country superstar Brantley Gilbert's headlining tour, which he dubs as an "absolute blast." "I am a fan of his songwriting and his shows and what he has been doing lately. Brantley's music has been great lately. It is going to be fun out there and grow a friendship with Brantley, Tyler Farr and Aaron Lewis who are also on this tour," he said. "The fact that we are doing arenas across the United States for my first tour ever is really fun."
On his plans for the future, Bryant remarked, "We are just finishing up the record. I co-produced the album and I played the guitar on there. That's my plan right now and to get ready for the Brantley tour."
He listed acclaimed songstress Stevie Nicks from Fleetwood Mac and pop star Katy Perry as his dream female duet choices, and in the country world, "Shania Twain," especially since her albums were a huge influence on his own music.
For Bryant, country music is a genre of reality and "if the songs you were listening to were a moment, you could live in them." "It is so accepting to any artists, and that's what I love about it. It's real. Country music is a family and a team," he concluded.
To learn more about country singer Chase Bryant, check out his official website.
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