Crouse releases new single
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
– Joel Crouse releases his latest single, Why God Made Love Songs,
for digital download today.
The uptempo tune celebrates the lasting power of love songs and was co-written by Crouse with Jimmy Yeary and Jamie Houston. The single is the follow-up to his debut If You Want Some and will appear on his 2014 album. No release date was announced.
Crouse is currently on the road and will pay a visit to his hometown of Boston to perform at the House of Blues for WKLB's Holiday Jam on Dec. 12.
Other upcoming dates are:
Nov. 19 - Nashville - Grand Ole Opry The Ryman
Dec. 8 - Las Vegas - KWNR "Toys for Tickets"
Dec. 14 - Atlanta - Wild Bills
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