Singer/Songwriter Bart Crow Releases New Single MAY 26

“Life Comes At You Fast” To Radio and iTunes on May 26

Partners with Thirty Tigers For Release of New Album The Parade To Be Released Early Fall

NASHVILLE, TN – May 18, 2015 – Twelve-years-in-the- making rising superstar/singer/songwriter from Texas, Bart Crow, releases “Life Comes At You Fast” to radio on May 26. “Life Comes At You Fast” is the debut single from his upcoming new album- The Parade. The song will be available at iTunes the same day.

After releasing five self-produced albums in just over a decade, Crow throws his hat in the ring and partners with Nashville-based Clover Marketing and famed Thirty Tigers (who has fostered success stories for artists including Lucinda Williams, Patty Griffin, The Avett Brothers, Ryan Bingham, Flogging Molly, Aaron Watson, Jason Isbell to name a few) on this release.

Before signing to Thirty Tigers, the road-toughened troubadour has already put together an admirable track record as a recording artist with money pulled from his own pockets. He has lofted six No. 1 singles onto the Texas Music Chart – one of which, “Wear My Ring,” sold over 165,000 copies. He has sold over 40,000 albums, released five self-produced albums in just over a decade, including Dandelion which was recorded with producer (and Pat Green drummer/co-producer/co-writer) Justin Pollard. Dandelion debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers South Central chart. The Maypearl, TX native has been cheered in Country Weekly, on CMT, AOL, Music Connection and in other national media outlets. His YouTube videos and concert footage have drawn more than 2.5 million views.

Crow, an Army veteran, has chiseled his foothold in the edifice of Americana through hard work, talent, determination and a deep love for making music and building the best life he can for his wife Brooke and three kids Townes, River and Parsons.

The blue-collar balladeer, plays 130+ dates a year in front of loyal rowdy crowds at far-flung, late-night clubs and concert halls all over Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Illinois, Kansas, Arkansas, Nebraska, Montana and beyond. It’s his music that draws them — a tangle of roots in blues, country and down-home rock ‘n’ roll, branded with his unique imprint. A myriad of influences haunt his music including a choir of real American country in the fashion of Merle and Waylon, John Conlee, George Jones and Jerry Jeff Walker, razor-edged rock from Metallica, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, deep-fried Southern soul from Otis Redding and more.

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