TEXAS NATIVE AND VETERAN COUNTRY MUSIC ENTERTAINER
SET TO RELEASE NEW SINGLE — “OLD BROWN BOTTLE”
AS PRE-CURSOR TO ALBUM RELEASE
Original Tune, Poised To Become County Classic,
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country music entertainer and Texas native, George Dearborne (REG Records) is set to release his first Nashville recording, “Old Brown Bottle,”* in mid-September. Written by Jimmy Ritchey (George Strait/Mark Chesnutt/Jake Owen), Donald Poythress (Big Loud Shirt, Nashville) and GMA Dove Award Winner Tony Wood, and produced by Ritchey (Jake Owen/Mark Chesnutt/Clay Walker), the track will be available Friday, September 14, 2020 via all major digital retail and streaming outlets (Amazon/iTunes/Pandora/ Spotify/Tidal). The tune is the title track and the early introduction to the Texan’s forthcoming album OLD BROWN BOTTLE.
Tickling ivories do-si-do with rockin’ electric guitars to disguise the heartbreak storyline in this good-timin’, used-up, drank-up, party’s over, so long, goodbye tune poised to become a country classic and honky-tonk favorite.
YEAH I FEEL LIKE AN OLD BROWN BOTTLE
ROLLIN’ ‘ROUND IN THE BACK OF YOUR TRUCK
IT WAS REAL FUN FOR A WHILE
AND GIRL YOU REALLY DRANK IT UP
THEN NEXT THING I KNEW YOU TOSSED ME OUT THE WINDOW
ONCE YOU HAD ENOUGH
AND I FEEL LIKE AN OLD BROWN BOTTLE
ROLLIN’ ROUND IN THE BACK OF YOUR TRUCK
“’Old Brown Bottle’ is a straight-up break-up song; rather than sappy, the upbeat melody gives the tune a light-hearted twist,” said Dearborne. “The Nashville recording experience is one for the memory books; I’m in awe of the professionalism and mutual respect shared among the fellow musicians and my producer, Jimmy Ritchey.”