David Nail’s “Red Light” is red hot – don’t miss your chance to get a free download of the song, courtesy of AOL.com and MCA Nashville. The free David Nail single is available while supplies last to the first 10,000 fans.
The Missouri native and son of a high school band director will take the Grand Ole Opry stage Saturday, May 16 for his debut performance, which can be heard live on Nashville’s WSM, Sirius XM and on www.wsmonline.com. Nail will showcase songs from his forthcoming late summer MCA Nashville release titled I’m About To Come Alive.
Watch David Nail Red Light Acoustic Video
“This came to us after the record was done,” David says us of the song that almost didn’t make his album. “To be honest, I wasn’t real crazy about adding it, because any time you do a record you have to force yourself to close the book on it. Otherwise you’ll just keep going back and wanting to fix and add things. But after I listened to it I said, ‘I get it. Just tell me when and where we’re recording.’ And since we’ve been out on the road with it, introducing it to the world, it’s been great. I think it was something that we were missing on the record, and I’m glad we had the opportunity to add it.”
‘Red Light,’ written by Jonathan Singleton, Melissa Peirce and Dennis Matkosky, is the second single off David’s ‘I’m About to Come Alive’ album, set for release July 14, 2009.
David Nail threw out the first pitch on May 5, 2009 as his homestate St. Louis Cardinals took on the Philadelphia Phillies. Nail visited with Cardinal’s manager Tony La Russa before the game during the St. Louis stop of the “Red Light Road Trip” Tour.
People magazine boasts Nail as “One of Nashville’s Hottest New Stars” and American Profile agrees titling him “One To Watch”. He has also been featured in Billboard, Country Weekly and chosen for OK!’s “Man Candy” page.
Nail supports pediatric cancer research thru Dick Vitale’s V Foundation in memory of Payton Wright and the Girls & Boys Club. He has performed at Kenny Chesney’s pre-show tailgating parties and opened for Sugarland.
source: MCA Nashville / The Boot.com