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Aaron Watson offers new single

Thursday, October 22, 2009 – Aaron Watson has released his latest single, The Road, the first single off of his upcoming studio album set to be released in early 2010.The song was written by Elliot Park.

Having 10 albums now under his belt, most recently his live CD/DVD "Deep In The Heart Of Texas: Aaron Watson LIVE," Watson said, "I write a lot of my own songs, but from the first time I heard The Road, I knew I wanted to cut it. It's just a great song that grabs you from the first line and doesn't let you go through the entire song. I also really liked the message of the song...don't blame the road of life, you're in control of your own destiny for the choices that you make and the road just provides the pavement."


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