Ty Herndon Releases Music Video for “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” making it the first of four amped up remixes targeted at country fans at festivals and clubs across the nation. Continue reading
Ty Herndon’s much anticipated, full-length album House On Fire is now available on iTunes and Amazon. From track to track, Herndon has made the most engaging, meaningful and fulfilling music of his career. Featuring Herndon’s powerful trademark vocals, the new album is already receiving critical accolades and being hailed as one of his best albums yet. In a recent article, USA Today states, “His expressive vocals, the surging romance of his lyrics — all the things that put him on the map with his No. 1 debut single ‘What Mattered Most’ are evident on each of its 12 tracks.” Rolling Stone Country claims, “Herndon aims to put forth a newfound vulnerability… It’s a new look, but one that suits him well.” The project has also garnered praise from People, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone Country, Sounds Like Nashville, and many more. In support of the release, Herndon has also released three music videos to songs off the new album. Videos for “That Kind of Night,” “House On Fire” and “Fighter” are now available, and were directed by Trent Atkinson and edited by Jeff Matthews. Two other music videos have been shot and will be released in the coming days. House On Fire is a collection of 12 new contemporary songs, which are co-produced by Herndon and Erik Halbig, with Drew Davis joining as co-producer on six of the songs. Herndon recently signed with BFD through Sony/RED Distribution, which marks Herndon’s return to the Sony family, where he made his chart-topping debut in the mid-90s. Herndon is also booked by Nashville-based agency, Buddy Lee Attractions. Herndon’s 20-year career has resulted in an impressive string of hits, which includes four No. 1’s (“What Mattered Most,” “Living in a Moment,” “It Must Be Love,” “Loved Too Much”), as well as numerous top 10 hits, including “I Want My Goodbye Back,” “Loved Too Much,” “A Man Holding On (To a Woman Letting Go),” and “Hands of a Working Man.” He’s had 20 Billboard charted singles to his credit, numerous industry awards, and more than five million albums sold. For more information on Ty Herndon, please visit www.TyHerndon.com. Track Listing: 1) That Kind of Night (Erik Halbig, JT Hodges, Rich Redmond) 2) Sweet Way To Go (Ty Herndon, Erik Halbig, Sammy Ariaga, Jason Massey) 3) Just Friends (Ty Herndon, Drew Davis, Erik Halbig, Dakota Bradley) 4) All Night Tonight (Ty Herndon, Drew Davis, Erik Halbig) 5) Blame It On the Mustang (Chase Yaklin, Jason Delkou, Erik Halbig) 6) House On Fire (Ty Herndon, Drew Davis, Erik Halbig) 7) Go (Ty Herndon, Drew Davis, Erik Halbig) 8) If You (Walker Hayes, Erik Halbig) 9) Stick With What I Know (Ty Herndon, Erik Halbig, Jeremy Bussey, John Ritter) 10) Nothing Left to Break (Erik Halbig, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Elisha Hoffman) 11) World I’m Livin’ In (Ty Herndon, Drew Davis, Kristy Osmunson, Erik Halbig) 12) Fighter (Ann Marie Boskovich, Danny Myrick, Monica Madrid)
(Nashville, Tenn. – Aug. 10, 2015) Grammy-nominated, Dove award-winning and multi-platinum Country artist Ty Herndon has entered into an exclusive booking agreement with Nashville-based booking agency, Buddy Lee Attractions (BLA). “We are truly excited that Ty Herndon is joining the BLA Talent Roster,” commented BLA’s Vice President David Kiswiney. “Besides being a dynamic live performer, Ty is undoubtedly one of the finest singers in Country music today!” Herndon’s career has produced more than four million in album sales, a Grammy nomination, Dove Award and multiple No. 1 singles on the Country charts, including “What Mattered Most,” “Living in a Moment” and “It Must Be Love.” Among his nine studio albums and 17-charted singles are the Top 10 hits, “I Want My Goodbye Back,” “Loved Too Much,” “A Man Holding On (To a Woman Letting Go)” and “Hands of a Working Man.” Herndon will debut a new full-length album later this year. “Combining forces and signing with David and the BLA team is such an easy decision for me,” Herndon adds. “I’m thrilled to have their support and leadership as we get ready to tour the country with new material and two decades of hits.” Over the last few years, Herndon has maintained a busy schedule; splitting his time writing and recording a collection of new songs while also touring around the United States to perform shows. This June, Herndon made history when he hosted the first-of-its-kind country music event, titled The Concert For Love and Acceptance. The event, designed to bring attention and support to at-risk youth, received national attention from Boston Globe, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Tonight, and more. For a list of upcoming tour dates, please visit www.TyHerndon.com. For booking information on Ty Herndon, contact Buddy Lee Attractions at 615-244-4336. Pictured L to R: (Back): Brian Fee, Aura Guadagno, Kat Boggs, Amy Aylward, Nicole Wyatt, Joe Lee, Angela Roland | (Front): Zinnia Martinez, Ty Herndon, David Kiswiney Hi-Res Download Read more at AristoPR!
Gretchen Wilson, The Carter Twins, Ty Herndon, Caitlin & Will, and many more artists are relocating to new labels. Here’s the run-down! Gretchen Wilson -Country’s favorite redneck woman is branching off from Columbia Records to start her own label, titled none other than Redneck Records. Expect her first single on the new label, “Work Hard, Play Harder” to hit radio October 26th. The Carter Twins – These fan favorites have recently parted ways with CMT. No details have emerged so far stating where they will end up, but their debut track “Heart Like Memphis” is still seeing plenty of airplay! Ty Herndon – Has moved over to Vine Records and is working on next year’s album, titled “Journey On“. He is also with new management at The Bucket Agency. Caitlin & Will – Can You Duet’s pairing of Caitlin & Will was recently dropped from Columbia Records. Just this morning news that the duo has split came across our desk. No word yet on what their next moves will be.Country Music Photo Gallery