Hodges lays down new song
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
– , JT Hodges released a new song, "Lay It Down,"today via iTunes and Sirius XM's The Highway.
The song was penned by Busbee, Liz Rose and Eric Paslay.
"I'm all about making music that makes you wanna move, get your head noddin' and put you in a mood," said Hodges. "This new record is loaded with that sentiment, and this song kicks it all off. So y'all crank it up nice and loud."
Hodges has one album under his belt, a self-titled debut, which dropped in 2012.
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