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article imageReview: Dakota Bradley releases new single 'Won't Be Young Forever' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 13, 2014 in Music
Country singer and songwriter Dakota Bradley released a new single to radio on April 7 entitled "Won't Be Young Forever."
It is the follow-up to his breakthrough single "Somethin' Like Somethin," which was a Top 50 hit on country radio.
He co-wrote the song with Lance Miller, as well as The Warren Brothers (Brad and Brett Warren). His new single was co-produced by Byron Gallimore and country superstar Tim McGraw and was released independently on Streamsound Records.
It is an anthem song that many teenagers and people in their 20s can relate to, due to its youthful and fun vibe. It's a testament that although life may go by really fast and the narrator won't be "young forever," he will feel "forever young," which is an optimistic outlook to have on life.
Its chorus is infectious and the following lyrics sum up the theme of the song: "Whoa, I'm gonna take it all for granted, Whoa, right now I'm empty-handed, Whoa, I'll try not to say 'never,' I'll be forever young."
His vocals on "Won't Be Young Forever" are nonchalant and unique, and Bradley excels on the guitar instrumentation. For a 20-year-old musician Bradley is one of the finest new male talents in country music since Joel Crouse. This new song garners 4 out of 5 stars.
For more information on country singer Dakota Bradley, visit his official website.
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