Kentucky raised band with a true country grit, County Wide, reflects on the advice received throughout one’s life in their brand new, recently released single, “Good Advice”.
Coming from small town living, and being parents themselves, County Wide is thankful for the good advice they’ve received from their parents and role models throughout the years. Although that advice hasn’t always been listened to, County Wide reflects on that feeling of receiving options in life and having to choose which path you will follow. Lead singer, Aron Burch shares, “This song is about people’s life choices. Some people’s life choices are good for them but not necessarily for you. It’s all about good intentions and support but not always what will work in your own situation.” This ballad takes inspiration from classic rock style of writing where country intertwines and it is one of the band’s favorite songs they have ever produced together.
County Wide shares the yearning of “wishing we could go back in time to pay attention to all the “Good Advice” our families had to offer. As you get older, you realize just how important that really was,” says Evan Crawford, the keys and guitarist of the band. When you are young, it is easy to think you know more than your parents, but the truth is you don’t.
County Wide band believes that this song will immediately take you back to a time in your life that you were thankful for the good influences in your life, even if you didn’t listen to them at the time. With a natural chemistry and electrifying vocals, this 5-man band will not let you down with “Good Advice”.
Listen to it now on YouTube: https://youtu.be/R93n3n7-38A
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Article by Taylor Donohue
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