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Rising singer/songwriter Tucker Beathard will make his national television debut during Wednesday’s (12/9) episode of Nashville airing at 9pm CT on ABC. Dot Record’s newest artist’s performance on the show, including songs co-written by Beathard, will give fans a taste of what’s to come having already been heralded as one of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know.”

While currently writing and recording his debut album Beathard also recently released TUCKER BEATHARD: THE DEMOS VOL. 1 to Spotify, offering a gritty glimpse of what he is working on.

At just 20 years old, singer-songwriter Tucker Beathard already exudes the confidence and swagger of an established artist. It’s probably because music is in his blood. He started playing drums and guitar in a band with his brothers at 10 years old and had an early immersion into songwriting via his dad, two-time BMI “Songwriter of the Year” Casey Beathard.

It was Tucker’s rebellious attitude as a teenager that inspired the lyrics for the chart-topping hit “Homeboy” recorded by Eric Church. Not long after making the decision to forgo a baseball scholarship to focus on music, Beathard signed a publishing deal with Big Machine Music and a recording contract with Dot Records. Now he is beginning to carve a path for his own unique and unapologetic sound with lyrics like “Hell no I don’t mind turning heads; Hell yeah I’ll get by living on the edge; Our point of views may never meet; I don’t wanna be you, yeah I know me.” Beathard has already opened for superstars Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban and will kick off 2016 out on the road with Chase Rice and will continue across the pond for his first European stint in April opening up for Dierks Bentley. For full more information and a full list of tour dates visit www.tuckerbeathardmusic.com


Annette Gibbons
Hi, I’m Annette, I have been a huge country music fan since the early 90s those were the days we were lucky enough to have CMT in the UK. I enjoy nothing more than listening to country music whilst having a cold beer (or a moonshine) with friends. I try to as many gigs as I can here in the UK and in the USA; I think of Nashville as my second home and I am lucky to have made some amazing friends in Tennessee. Think Country is something I am very proud of, I just want to share my love and passion of all things country music related with you all.
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