Drew Fish Welcomes Jon Stork To “Neon Mondays” On Instagram

AUSTIN, TEXAS (June 18, 2020) — County Singer Drew Fish welcomes his pal Jon Stork to “Neon Mondays” — Fish’s weekly Instagram program — on Monday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m. Central Time.

“With last names like Stork and Fish, we were destined to be good friends,” Fish joked, adding that Stork “is one of the hardest working artists that I know. He puts in the work to get the job done and has a great attitude to have a little fun while doing it.”

“Neon Mondays” has been growing in popularity as Fish invites a different peer each week to talk shop and trade a few songs. Fish created the show as the country began shuttering in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tune in to https://www.instagram.com/drewfishband/?hl=en

“I have put together seven writers retreats over the past couple of years where we invite different artists and songwriters out to get away and write songs for a week,” Fish continued. “Jon is one of the only people that have been to every retreat since day one.”

A native of Houston, Texas, Stork’s music has been influenced by such artists as Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Roger Creager and more. His most current release, Radio Cowboy featured the single, “Facts and Lies,” which went to the number One spot on Texas radio earlier this year. 

Fish’s current single, “Every Damn Time,” (featuring Country Singer Pam Tillis), hit the #1 spot on the Texas Regional Radio Charts two weeks ago. “Every Damn Time” — written by Fish and noted songwriters Roger Brown and Chris Colston — is the second #1 hit from the album, Wishful Drinkin.’ The first, “Better Place,” hit the top of the charts last year, while the second single, “Devil You Know,” stayed at #5 for 12 weeks.

“Fish stands out among Texas roadhouse-circuit regulars with music that leans more heavily toward traditional country than the more typical country-rock hybrids. Fish shines brightly on the beautiful waltz “Every Damn Time,” wisely rendered as a duet with angelic-voiced country hitmaker Pam Tillis. 
— Peter Blackstock / Austin American Statesman
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