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article imageKristian Bush's new solo single takes the lead on country radio

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 29, 2014 in Music
Sugarland's Kristian Bush has released his debut single as a solo artist entitled "Trailer Hitch" and it is already impacting country stations and digital retailers nationwide.
The Grammy winner's new song was named USA Today's "Song of the Week" and it was the third most added single at Mediabase, with 32 first week stations.
It bring out Bush's voice front-and-center. "Trailer Hitch" is the lead single from his upcoming debut solo album. Byron Gallimore has served as its executive producer and it will be released on his independent record label, Streamsound Records.
"This song has three of my favorite things in it: a beat that never stops, a message that lies underneath, and some of my best friends writing and playing it with me. There is so much joy in this new beginning, in watching people's eyes when they discover my voice, and in watching them dance when they discover this song. I am thrilled to use this as an introduction to who I am as a solo artist," Bush said in a press release.
"Trailer Hitch" was co-penned by Bush and his brother, Brandon Bush, as well as Tim Owens. It has garnered rave reviews from critics in such media outlets as Billboard, The Boston Globe and Country Weekly.
On July 18, as Digital Journal reported, Bush made his debut on the Grand Ole Opry as a solo artist.
As one half of the country duo Sugarland, they have surpassed sales of over 22 million albums worldwide, which include five No. 1 singles, and have won every country award imaginable on their mantel. Bush has garnered six BMI Awards for his songwriting, and in 2011, he founded the music publishing company and songwriting collective, Songs of the Architect.
To learn more about Kristian Bush, visit his official website.
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