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Country trio MAMADEAR releases heartwarming ‘story-driven song,’ “A
Better Cigarette.” Written by Dan Wilson of MAMADEAR, Joseph Patton and
Jessica Roadcap, the new single was premiered by American Songwriter and
is an embodiment of a ‘slice of the American spirit that shouldn’t be
passed on.’ The third song in a series of releases from MAMADEAR, “A
Better Cigarette” is available HERE and on all digital platforms today.


American Songwriter states, “A
Better Cigarette” is a lyrical and story-driven song, decorated with
crisp harmonies, honey-smooth pedal steel guitar and classic,
finger-pickin’ acoustic guitars. All these elements combine to make a
sound that is traditional yet modern, ethereal yet homegrown. The
relateableness and tonality of the song grabs the listener by the ears,
but eventually lands in the listener’s heart.” 

View the exclusive HERE

Comprised of Kelly Bradway, Dan Wilson and Parker Bradway, MAMADEAR
recently wrapped up a month-long residency in France where they opened
for superstars including John Legend, Enrique Iglesias, Sting and The
Jacksons. This adds to their impressive tour history having also
opened Martina McBride, Brett Eldredge, Seal, Santana, CAM, Josh Turner,
Chase Bryant, Kristian Bush, Charlie Daniels and Michael Ray.


It was on a front porch in 2014 that Kelly, Dan and Parker formed
MAMADEAR- named after a lovely lady with the quaintest porch in
Tennessee. The inspiration for forming MAMADEAR began with intentions to
grow and evolve as artists while still maintaining their humble roots.


For more information on MAMADEAR, visit www.mamadear.com.

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