COUNTRY DUO ALLAN & ASHCRAFT RELEASE NEW SINGLE “CORNFIELDS”
Cover of Buck Cherry’s “Sorry” earns recognition overseas; domestic release 2012
(Nashville, TN – 06/02/2011) – Fort Wayne, Indiana based country music duo Allan & Ashcraft have released their new single “Cornfields” to radio stations nationwide. “Cornfields” is the lead US single from their forthcoming debut album that they have been recording in Nashville with Grammy Award winning producer Kenny Greenburg.
Allan Miller says about why they selected “Cornfields” as their debut single, “We are Midwest guys that grew up in middle America surrounded by the farming and agricultural lifestyle in Indiana and really related to this song when we heard it and think that the country music fan base will be able to relate just as easy as we did.”
“Cornfields” is written by hit songwriters Rodney Clawson, Billy Montana and Chris Tompkins and focuses lyrically on the celebration of the Mid-America country living and lifestyle while featuring toe-tapping rhythms and a catchy, get stuck in your head melody.
Overseas Allan & Ashcraft have already been finding success with their cover version of popular alternative rock group Buck Cherry’s 2007 platinum selling single “Sorry.” They have enjoyed radio play on over 300 stations throughout Europe and have found their song in the top 20 on charts including in Italy.
They plan to release “Sorry” domestically in early 2012.
For more information on Allan & Ashcraft or to view their chart successes, please visit them on the web at: http://www.allanandashcraft.com