DREW FISH BAND SHARE NEW VIDEO FOR “BETTER PLACE” EXCLUSIVELY VIA THE BOOT
PRODUCED BY MULTIPLE GRAMMY-AWARD WINNER ADAM ODOR, CO-WRITTEN WITH COUNTRY MUSIC HITMAKER BYRON HILL
The Drew Fish Band shared the video for their new feel-good single ‘Better Place’ today via The Boot. Produced by multiple Grammy-Award winner Adam Odor, the track was co-written with Fish by one of country music’s most celebrated hit makers, Byron Hill (“Fool Hearted Memory” by George Strait, “Born Country” by Alabama, “High-Tech Redneck” by George Jones). Watch and share the new video here.
Straight-forward country, timeless, jaunty arrangements and a bevy of Texas’s most sought-after musicians highlight “Better Place” including Drew Fish (vocals, guitar), Cody Braun (Reckless Kelly) on electric mandolin; Nate Coon (Aaron Watson) on percussion; Michael Tarabay (formerly with Pat Green) on bass and Paul Eason (Kevin Fowler) on guitar. The track was recorded at the illustrious yellow DOG Studios (Jason Boland and the Stragglers, Green Day, Mike and the Moonpies) in Wimberley, TX and Austin’s Cedar Creek Studios (Dixie Chicks, Wade Bowen, Ryan Bingham)
“Better Place” is the follow up to the band’s chart topping single “Flood” which spent two weeks at #1 on the TRRR (Texas Regional Radio Report).
The Drew Fish Band is currently working on their debut full-length album slated for release in 2019. For new album news and updated tour dates, please visit https://drewfish.com/