The new EP from multi-award winning Gary Quinn out tomorrow!

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– 3 time British Country Award winner
– 3 time British Country Award winner 2016 
– Has performed with everyone from Kristian Bush to Clint Black
– On tour in September with Luke & Mel
Nashville Over Here today unveiled a first listen stream of acclaimed country singer-songwriter Gary Quinn’s EP, I REMEMBER , which is due for release on September 2.

 Having received praise and an array of awards for his eponymous debut album, Gary teased the release of his new body of work with the single Shame. A mid-tempo, traditional-sounding track with a prominent drum beat, Shame sets the tone for the most personally insightful release from the multi-award winner.
A native of Northern Ireland, Quinn cites U.S. country artists such as Brad Paisley, Hal Ketchum and more as influences, while he has shared the stage with acts such as Kristian Bush, Clint Black and songwriter Bob DiPiero.
Having garnered support international praise for Shame, Gary is excited to finally unveil his long-awaited EP.  Of the project he states,
“I’ve gone for the EP title of I REMEMBER as I feel that it wraps up the feel of the EP pretty well. It’s a very personal project and the tracks cover different times in my own life though to now, so it’s almost a reflective piece of work. I REMEMBER  also comes from a line in Each Night You Lie which features on the EP.”
“It’s an EP that I’m really proud of, both to have had the experiences to write about and the quality that producer Thomm Jutz and my co-writers David C Banning and Nick Nichols have brought to the songs. One of my favourites on the EP is Body Language as it’s just a little bit fun but equally I love The Best Man Won, but folk will just have to listen to find out why.”

As heads out on the road next week with Luke & Mel, fans have a chance to hear the EP first hand and learn more about the story behind the songs.
Upcoming Shows:
5 September – Cluny 2, Newcastle
(with Luke & Mel and Outlander)
6 September – Broadcast, Glasgow 
(with Luke & Mel, Lisa T and Sean C Kennedy)
7 September – Gullivers, Manchester 
(with Luke & Mel, Thorne Hill and Robbie Cavanagh)
8 September – The Islington, London 
(with Luke & Mel and The Southern Companion)
26 September – Butlin’s Country Music Festival, Skegness
12 November – Vaqueros Country Music Weekend, Filey

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