“Waiting Out The Storm” was penned by Droze and Wayne Burton, and it is the title track of his forthcoming spring project.
Regarding his inspiration for “Waiting Out The Storm,” he said, “The inspiration for ‘Waiting Out The Storm’ came from 10 years of marriage and learning to grow with one another and give when space is needed. Sometimes all we can do is wait out the storm.”
On the storyline for the video, he said, “I worked with some good friends of mine that run New Media Production in Huntsville, Alabama on the video. They creatively ran with it, and I just sang.”
He also opened up about his future goals. “For me personally, the sky’s the limit,” Droze said. “Whatever the good Lord says do… I am in the planning stages of a television show to promote bluegrass music and bring it to a broader audience and I have several albums that I am producing for our artists at our RBR Entertainment label. I plan on spending my time cultivating our careers and helping further their individual success.”
Throughout his music career, Droze has garnered 10 chart-topping singles, which include his debut single “Kentucky Blue,” “Till I Get Home” featuring The Isaacs, and “Coal Fed Train.”
He has written songs for the Grammy award-winning group Shenandoah, who he toured with, as well as songs for Darryl Worley, Flatt Lonesome, Jamie O’Neal, and The Grascals, among others.
A Louisiana-born singer-songwriter, Billy Droze grew up playing music with his father, Bob Droze, a respected country, gospel, and bluegrass musician.