Paslay finds "Angels In This Town"
Friday, July 15, 2016
– Eric Paslay released his new single "Angels In This Town" to radio stations.
"As of late, our world has been impacted by tragedy of all kinds. I'm so grateful we can use 'Angels in This Town' to shine a light on all the good that happens every day in our world," said Paslay. "I'm excited for it to be heard and for it to bring hope and positivity into people's lives."
Paslay will be a guest on the nationally syndicated radio show, "The Bobby Bones Show," when "Angels in This Town" is played live on Monday, July 18. "I am super-pumped to be playing this song on the Bobby Bones show. The message of Pimpin' Joy and "Angels In This Town" come from the same book," said Paslay.
"Angels In This Town," is written by Paslay, Corey Crowder and Erik Dylan, from his forthcoming sophomore album, "Dressed in Black." No word on when the Cd would be out.
Paslay has celebrated five number one hits as a songwriter, including "Even If It Breaks Your Heart" (Eli Young Band), "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" (Jake Owen), "Angel Eyes" (Love & Theft), "Rewind" (Rascal Flatts) and "Friday Night," from his debut.
He is currently on tour with Toby Keith.
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