|AUSTIN, TEXAS (June 8, 2020) — County Singer Drew Fish’s single, “Every Damn Time,” featuring Country Star Pam Tillis, is now the #1 song on the Texas Regional Radio Charts, hitting the top spot just as Fish made his first live appearance since the COVID-19 lockdown began more than 3 months ago.|
“I feel so honored that radio stations believe in our music enough to make ‘Every Damn Time’ a #1 radio single,” an elated Fish said. “And we celebrated by going to College Station over the weekend for our first show since the pandemic began.”
Fish was among the musicians whose busy touring schedule ceased when the lockdown began. On Saturday, Fish performed at Southerns in College Station, TX with fellow Country Artist Hayden Haddock. The band is also scheduled to appear in Abilene, TX on Friday, June 26 at the P.T Event Center.
“Every Damn Time” — written by Fish and noted songwriters Roger Brown and Chris Colston — has made huge strides on the charts for the past month.
“We’ve been hearing great things from our friends at radio for the past several weeks,” Fish said. ” “When you write a song, you always hope that it’s going to mean as much to the listener as it does to you. I’m so happy that ‘Every Damn Time’ was something that people could connect with.”
While watching the song move up the charts, and since music venues have been shuttered for the past few months, Fish has been staying occupied with his “Neon Mondays” show, which feeds weekly on Instagram. The show has been growing in popularity as Fish welcomes a different peer each week to talk shop and play a few songs. Tune in tonight (June 8 at 6:30 p.m. Central Time) as Fish is joined by his pal Matt Caldwell.
Caldwell, a traditionalist, has had six singles on the Texas charts, including a #1and 4 Top Ten hits. His songs have been covered by the likes of Clay Walker, Granger Smith, Josh Ward and more, and he has appeared on shows with Mark Chestnut, Tracy Byrd, Miranda Lambert, Eric Church and Luke Bryan, among others.
“This is the type of country music that makes me happy; it’s infection, well delivered and honest – just the way it should be!”
— Chris Smith / Country Music People