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Brent Moyer and Friends

Date: Thursday, August 8 2019

Album Release Party

Time: 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM

Come out to celebrate the release of Brent Moyer's new album Doing Better Now.

Sure Felt That Way 3:09 (Brent Moyer/Joe Collins), Stop Boude’ 3:00 (Brent Moyer/John Hadley), Broke A Lot Of Mirrors 3:34 (Brent Moyer/Ron Kimbro), Just To See The Other Side 2:59 (Brent Moyer/Thomm Jutz), Lawrenceburg 3:51 (Brent Moyer), Drinking To A Good Time 5:10 (Brent Moyer/Uschi Moyer-Jenni), I’m Doing Better Now 2:43 (Brent Moyer/Aaron Raitiere), Halfway There 2:47 (Brent Moyer/Joe Collins), Big Yellow Moon 3:07 (Brent Moyer/John Hadley), Not About Nice 3:36 (Brent Moyer, Denise Fussell, Bob Saporiti), Snowblind 4:09 (Brent Moyer), Love & Laughter 3:19 (Brent Moyer/Uschi Moyer-Jenni).

Wyoming raised, Nashville cat, Brent Moyer, is excited to release his eighth CD on Brambus Records, Doing Better Now.  This 12 song collection glimmers with an array of musical gems…a nice blend of Country/Americana with Moyer’s rich baritone voice at it’s best.  Known as the Global Cowboy, Brent Moyer has shared the stage with many stars, played guitar for Lynn Anderson, recorded on numerous CD’s and performed on Broadway (NYC) as an actor in the Johnny Cash musical, Ring Of Fire.  Affirming his status as the Global Cowboy, he traveled to Kyrgyzstan last fall and sang his  songs at the World Nomad Games.  He has a tour in Europe starting April 26 in support of his new CD, Doing Better Now. 

Moyer surrounds himself with some of Nashville’s most prolific songwriters on Doing Better Now. 

Joe Collins (cuts by Rascal Flats, Lee Brice, Randy Travis, Billy Ray Cyrus) chimes in on Sure Felt That Way, an ear-candy, country-pop tune, and the rocking and rolling Halfway There.

John Hadley (cuts by George Jones, Roger Miller, Garth Brooks, Dixie Chicks, Joe Cocker) contributes with Stop Boude’, a fun cajun romp with smoking fiddle and accordion and Big Yellow Moon that’ll leave you lighthearted and singing along. 

Just To See The Other Side is a lively ramble, composed with Thomm Jutz (cuts by Nanci Griffith, John Prine, Marty Stuart), that rips along with Thomm’s splendid guitar work and Charlie Slavik’s harmonica.

The title track, I’m Doing Better Now, co-written with Aaron Raitiere (with several cuts on Miranda Lambert’s last album and co-writer on the searing “I’ll Never Love Again” from a Star Is Born), captivates with beautiful harmonies by Anne McCue, giving it an old-time, swing-band feel.

Broke A Lot of Mirrors, written with Ron Kimbro, is stone-cold country while Lawrenceburg takes a stroll down memory lane.

The dark and spooky Not About Nice was penned with Bob Saporiti and Denise Fussell and Snowblind is a latin-fused instrumental and spotlights country superstar Crystal Gayle’s bandleader, Jay Patten on sax.

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(Kyrgyz Republic is a rugged, Central Asian country along the Silk Road, the ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean.  It borders Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan and is farther from an ocean than any other country in the world.  The World Nomad Games, (The Olympics of Central Asia) are an international sport competition dedicated to ethnic sports practiced in Central Asia.)