Eric Paslay

28 Sep

In March 2011, I attended Tin Pan South in Nashville, which is the largest songwriter festival with hit songwriters performing at all the venues around Nashville. One of those nights I was at Douglas Corner to see Allen Shamblin (The House that Built Me) with a group of friends from Texas and was amazed by a special guest. This young guy was tall and lean and a hell of a guitar player. He inspired me with the grooves he was banging out on his acoustic guitar. His name was Eric Paslay and his performance was one of the most memorable performances over the entire week competing with huge hit writers such as Hillary Lindsey (Jesus Take the Wheel) and  Josh Kear (Need You Now)

Now only 6 months later, Eric finds himself at the top of the billboard charts with Jake Owen’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” and on top of that he has signed his own record deal with EMI records and released his own first single “Never Really Wanted”. His unique style of country is the future of country music and I know we will be hearing much more from this great songwriter and artist.

If you have never heard of Eric Paslay, now is the time to check him out:


2 Responses to “Eric Paslay”

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    • dustyduhon August 3, 2013 at 8:26 am #

      Hi Jillian,

      Thanks for reading. I actually love studying the top songs and artist of country music and just enjoy sharing it with readers. I haven’t done much lately, but I do plan to get back into it.

      Thanks for reading,


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