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Beathard sings of "Momma And Jesus"

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 – Tucker Beathard released "Momma And Jesus" as his second single to country radio today.

Co-written with Deric Ruttan and Jonathan Singleton, Beathard plays a guitar riff on the track that is influenced by his drumming. The song is about Beathard's childhood and his penchant to push boundaries and break rules to have a good time.

The song is the follow-up to Beathard's hit single "Rock On" from his EP "Fight Like Hell," which came out Oct. 7.

"I started playing drums when I was about two or three years old, and with this song, it's like playing percussion, but on my guitar," said Beathard. "In a lot of ways, I was a typical teenager, getting into trouble and doing things I shouldn't, and I definitely pushed things a little too far a time or two. My mom raised and is still raising five kids, and it takes a strong woman to steer us all in the right direction. I have so much respect for the job she's done. I know at some point she probably wanted to ship me off to military school or something, but she stuck with me."

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