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article imageReview: Brandon Lay glorious on new 'Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 16, 2017 in Music
Up-and-coming country singer Brandon Lay has released his refreshing single "Speakers, Bleachers And Preachers" on EMI Records Nashville.
"Speakers, Bleachers And Preachers" was the most added song on country radio, and rightfully so. Lay is originally from Jackson, Tennessee, and the song is autobiographical for him. He co-penned the tune with songwriters Luke Laird and Shane McAnally.
Throughout his career in the music business, Lay has shared the stage with such country acts as Old Dominion, Cole Swindell, Canaan Smith, Hank Williams Jr., Eli Young Band, Brantley Gilbert, and Jake Owen, among others.
Speaking of the song's autobiographical nature, Lay admitted that growing up, his life, revolved around church, sports and country music. Ironically enough, his father is a preacher, while his mother was a teacher, so if he was not attending school or church, Lay could be found playing such sports as baseball, football or basketball. It is a neat coming of age country tune.
Ever since its release, "Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers" escalated its way on the Spotify charts in America. It features killer electric guitar riffs midway through the song, coupled by Lay's soothing and mellow vocals, where the listener can recall Thomas Rhett meets Kip Moore. It has an upbeat and a youthful vibe to it. Anybody who comes from a small town can relate to its moving and heart-warming lyrics, which are filled with nostalgia. "Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers" garners an A rating.
"Speakers, Bleachers And Preachers" is available on iTunes.
For more information on rising country artist Brandon Lay, check out his official Facebook page, and website.
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