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He had discovered the isolated a cappella tracks to the album online and studied the way Brian Wilson arranged the intricate vocal parts. You find what your lane is, be it at country radio or just in the music marketplace. And for us, the vocals are the thing. The most impressive thing to me about all of that is those guys did it for real. Smyers recorded the song during quarantine at his home studio in Nashville, playing all of the instruments — piano, drums, bass, and acoustic guitar — and building an orchestra of strings on his synth. His home studio is essentially a guest bedroom, with a mattress propped up against the wall to muffle ambient noise. When Mooney came over to do his vocals, Smyers insisted he sing while holding a pillow over his head. I started a little sketch, just playing the piano.
Noted deaf activist and model DiMarco brought his own unique experience to the project, allowing for a visual exploration into the depths of communication within a relationship. After the video wrapped, we got to hit the town of Breckenridge together along with his awesome co-star Mica. Fans and critics nationally and abroad are taking notice — after reaching No. I understand that I can opt-out at any time by emailing privacypolicy wmg.
Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. There's been a bounty of Christmas cheer pouring out of Nashville this season, so as we officially begin the holiday season, we look at some of the more creative original tracks country artists are releasing this time of year that may find their way into your stocking. Truer words were never spoken. In this somber ballad, Rascal Flatts ' frontman LeVox sings about maintaining Christmas traditions even in the absence of loved ones. While it seems pandemic inspired--especially the line about the empty church pews-- the sad fact is it is just as impactful for anyone who has lost someone as we head into the holiday season for whatever reason.