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article imageReview: Richard Lynch inspirational on 'Pray On The Radio' country single Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 20, 2018 in Music
On September 24, country singer-songwriter Richard Lynch will release his highly-anticipated new single "Pray On The Radio."
His rich, baritone vocals on "Pray On The Radio" are reminiscent of such neo-traditional country artists as Joe Nichols and Easton Corbin; moreover, it has that timeless vibe, where the listener can recall Clint Black.
The song was recorded at the Beaird Studios in Nashville, Tennessee; moreover, Larry Beaird, an Academy of Country Music (ACM)-nominated producer collaborated with him on this new song, and the result is impressive.
Lynch epitomizes what real country music is all about: sincerely storytelling and heartfelt lyrics. The rawness and authenticity of Lynch's music is what is missing from the contemporary radio airwaves these days.
The Verdict
Overall, Richard Lynch's "Pray On The Radio" is an important tune for the times that we are living in. Fans that enjoyed his song "Country Music Isn't Country Anymore" will certainly love "Pray on the Radio." It garners an A rating.
To learn more about country sensation Richard Lynch and "Pray On The Radio," check out his official website, and his Facebook page.
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