Seth Hopkins Struggling Songwriter

Seth Hopkins’ “Til The Town Burns Down”
Is New Anthem for Struggling Songwriters
Song Joins“16th Avenue” in Praising Music Row Minstrels
(Nashville, TN. December 6, 2013)
Starting now, “Sixteenth Avenue” won’t be the only anthem songwriters
turn to when they want to describe their hard but hopeful lives on
Nashville’s Music Row.  Now they can tap into Seth Hopkins’ gritty,
determined new single, “Til The Town Burns Down.”
Just listen to the words:
Ain’t goin’ down, ain’t givin’ up
Just need a little time, a little bit of luck,
Gonna keep hangin’ in this ol’ guitar town
Might as well get used to havin’ me around
‘Cause I’m here ‘til the town burns down.  
songwriter is a professional observer,” says Hopkins, whose voice rings
with the kind of emotional intensity not heard since the glory days of
John Conlee and Johnny Paycheck.  “And I don’t think you can be
successful unless you’ve lived a lot of your songs.”  He’s certainly
done that.
So far, it’s been all up hill,
But who knows? Tomorrow I might be signing a deal.  
tall, handsome North Carolinian co-wrote “Til The Town Burns Down” with
Ronnie Rogers, who also produced Hopkins’ forthcoming album.  Rogers
knows a thing or two about creating hit songs, having written such
chart-toppers as Brooks & Dunn’s “Only In America” Mark Chesnutt’s
“Goin’ Through The Big D,” and Alabama’s “Dixieland Delight.”

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