McBryde "Never Will"goes "Live From A Distance"
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McBryde "Never Will"goes "Live From A Distance"

Friday, February 12, 2021 – Ashley McBryde will drop a six-song EP, "Never Will: Live From A Distance," on May 28 on Warner.

McBryde has released the lead-off track, "First Thing I Reach For." The Arkansas native's current single is "Martha Devine," which also will be on the EP.

"We released 'Never Will' on April 3 last year, so we went straight from rehearsals for a tour to not seeing each other in person for months," said McBryde. "Getting together to rehearse and record these live versions safely was our way of giving the fans a taste of what they would have seen had the world not changed so much. Man, did it feel good to strap on the guitar and see my guys and just play, but we cannot wait to do it again with our incredible fans in person soon."

"Never Will" included "One Night Standards" McBryde's first Top 10 hit while going RIAA-Certified Gold in both the United States and Canada. The song is not included on the EP.

The track list is:
1.First Thing I Reach For (Ashley McBryde, Randall Clay, Mick Holland)
2. Shut Up Sheila (Nicolette Hayford, Charles Chisholm)
3. Velvet Red (Ashley McBryde, Patrick Savage, Daniel Smalley)
4. Voodoo Doll (Ashley McBryde, Nicolette Hayford, Brandy Clark, Connie Harrington, Jake Mitchell, Aaron Raitiere)
5. Martha Divine (Ashley McBryde, Jeremy Spillman)
6. Sparrow (Ashley McBryde, Nicolette Hayford, Brandy Clark, Connie Harrington, Jake Mitchell, Aaron Raitiere)


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