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article imageJoel Crouse to release debut studio country album this summer

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 11, 2014 in Music
Rising country singer Joel Crouse will be releasing his debut album "Even The River Runs" on August 19, via Show Dog-Universal Music.
It was produced by Jamie Houston, and it features his newest offering, "Don't Tell Me," which is set to hit SiriusXM's The Highway.
"I'm very excited for everyone to see who I am through this record and to follow my journey in life as I write about it," Crouse stated in a press release.
His new CD is a 10-song collection, which highlights Crouse's songwriting prowess, especially since he was involved in writing every song on the project. Crouse's latest single, "Don't Tell Me" was co-written by Crouse and such Nashville hit-makers as James Dean Hicks and Jamie Houston. The record features his Top 35 breakout single, "If You Want Some," as well as his most recent single "Why God Made Love Songs."
A Massachusetts native, Crouse has opened for such artists as Taylor Swift, The Band Perry, Toby Keith, Darius Rucker, Sara Evans, and The Goo Goo Dolls. He has also made his debut on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry stage.
Several weeks ago, Crouse made the Top 10 on Digital Journal's "Top Male Country Singers to Watch in 2014" list.
For more information on up-and-coming country singer Joel Crouse, visit his website.
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