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Fisher Stevenson offers first single

Tuesday, May 13, 2008 – New singer/songwriter Fisher Stevenson just released his debut single "No Tomorrow Here Tonight" from the forthcoming Nathan Chapman produced, self-titled debut album on Big Machine.

Stevenson picked up double-digit radio adds in his initial week. Currently on a 6-month radio tour visiting over 120 stations across the country, Stevenson said he was influenced by Dwight Yoakam, Rodney Crowell and Keith Urban, heard by listeners everywhere. "I wanted to do songs that really meant something to me, said something about my life, how I got here, the lessons learned," said Stevenson "I'm meeting so many really amazing people on my radio tour, and they all tell me that they can relate to the things I'm singing about, and that human connection is what it's about."

"No Tomorrow Here Tonight" was written by Dave Berg, Courtney Dashe and James Slater. Stevenson said, "This is really about love at first sight... Something so strong that no matter what you've been through, for this moment, what you're feeling is strong enough to erase whatever consequences there might be. You know, to fall in love, you've got to let go of your fear... This is the way into the thing you've been waiting for your whole life."

Stevenson will make his first appearance at the Academy of Country Music Awards later this week and is preparing to film his first music video with director Ryan Smith in Nashville.

There was no word on when the CD would be released.

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