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article imageShane Owens makes Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 30, 2017 in Music
Up-and-coming country artist Shane Owens made his debut on the hallowed Grand Ole Opry stage on April 29 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Owens released his latest single, "All The Beer In Alabama," which he co-wrote with Dan Murph and Phillip Douglas. This tune is an alternative to the party songs that are played heavily on the modern country airwaves.
Instead, "All The Beer In Alabama" acknowledges the pleasures of drinking with the boys, but it also affirms that loyalty, integrity and faithfulness to the one he loves as his greatest priorities. The song's music video was filmed in Rainbow City in his home state of Alabama and it was directed by Flick Wiltshire.
"All The Beer In Alabama" continues to connect with radio stations and listeners as it rises to No. 31 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart, as well as No. 49 on Billboard Indicator Chart.
Owens was named by Rolling Stone Country as one of "10 New Country Artists You Need To Know." His Where I'm Comin' album garnered a rave review from Digital Journal. In addition, veteran country star Randy Travis praised Owens for his genuineness, humility and unblemished vocal ability.
To learn more about rising country artist Shane Owens and his music, check out his official website.
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