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Denny Strickland Brings Limited-Edition EP To Fans

Denny Strickland Brings Limited-Edition EP To Fans During
CMA Music Festival Week

 
 
11 Shows, Multiple Meet & Greet Appearances Plus “Fan Fair X” Booth Mark Momentous Week For Arkansas Native


Nashville, TN (June 3, 2016) – Rising Country star Denny Strickland heads to Nashville for a momentous CMA Music Festival 2016 week
with a limited-edition EP in hand and a schedule that includes 11
shows, multiple Meet & Greet appearances and his own “Fan Fair X”
booth (#733).
 
The special SWERVE ON EP features four brand new songs and two fan favorites.  In addition to the title track, the EP includes: “Get A Grip,” “Stay Gone” and the hard-driving live show favorite “Far Cry From Some.”  Denny’s composition, “Damn Babe,”
is featured in a “stripped down” version, produced by Sean Giovanni who
steps into the chair after engineering mega-hits for Big & Rich,
John Rich, Meatloaf and Cowboy Troy.  The disc closes with Denny’s Top
40
MusicRow CountryBreakout™ Chart hit, the hypnotic “How Far You Wanna Go.”  This project will be available for purchase only during the Festival
Limited fan giveaways will trend throughout the event and attendees
should stay tuned to Denny’s socials for updates and opportunities.

 
Fans cans meet Denny at his booth # 733 at Fan Fair X (Thursday through Sunday), and catch his other scheduled appearances:
 

Wednesday, June 8
9:40 p.m. / TCN “Live @ Whiskey Bent Saloon”
 
Thursday, June 9
11 a.m. / Tootsies Backroom
1 p.m. / Street Taco
2 p.m. / The Stillery
4 p.m. / PLUSH 
 
Friday, June 10
2 p.m. / Big Shotz
3 p.m. / Tootsies Booth (Honky Tonk Central Alley)
4 p.m. / Tootsies Backroom
12 midnight / Alley Taps in Printers Alley 
 
Saturday, June 11
12 noon / George Jones Museum  
2 p.m. / Big Shotz
3 p.m. / Tootsies Booth (Honky Tonk Central Alley)
4 p.m. / Tootsies Backroom
 
Never idle, the talented Arkansas native debuted his latest Cellar Sessions acoustic cover video of David Allan Coe’s “The Ride” in over 100 MILLION homes via Country Fix.  In addition to popular videos (“Swerve On,” “How Far You Wanna Go”) directed
by Brian Harstine (Dolly Parton, Ke$ha), Strickland has released covers
of Country classics by George Strait, Conway Twitty, Kris Kristofferson
and others.  The Cellar Sessions are a follow up to Denny’s popular
Dive Sessions
videos. “This collection allows me to get outside of my ‘comfort zone,’
and pay tribute to the great songs and singers of the past,” Denny
states.  “My focus is on edgier, more contemporary material, but at the
end of the day, these songs inspired me and I owe a debt of thanks for
that.”

Strickland’s latest European-only release, “Loving Her Was Easier,” is currently a Top 20 international chart success.  Select music is available for purchase on Amazon and iTunes.   
 
ABOUT DENNY STRICKLAND

Denny’s
early career was guided by The Statler Brothers’ longtime manager (and
Bass player for Johnny Cash), Marshall Grant. Strickland soon found
himself sharing the stage with legends Kris Kristofferson, Rosanne Cash
and George Jones.  With Grant’s passing in 2011, he took a brief hiatus;
regrouping and refocusing his efforts.  He launched his music career
with two MusicRow CountryBreakout™ Chart hits: “Swerve On” and “How Far You Wanna Go.”  He has hosted the internationally-syndicated television show Country Fix
and opened for The Kentucky Headhunters and 3 Doors Down. He is an
accomplished guitarist, keyboardist and American Quarter Horse
Association horseman.  

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