Riley Green to Release 5-Song EP, “If It Wasn’t For Trucks,” on Sept. 11

Riley Green to Release 5-Song EP, “If It Wasn’t For Trucks,” on Sept. 11

Fresh off of winning the ACM Award for New Male Artist of the Year, Riley Green announced he will release his new EP, If It Wasn’t for Trucks, on Sept. 11. The five-song EP will serve as a primer to his upcoming sophomore album, which is expected to drop in 2021.

“I’m excited to be releasing the If It Wasn’t for Trucks EP,” says Riley. “I’ve been using my time off to do a lot of writing and although we can’t play music for fans face-to-face right now, I’m glad I can still share some new music with everyone. I hope to see everyone back on the road soon.”

Riley will perform during the ACM Awards on Sept. 16 on CBS. Riley’s debut single, “There Was a Girl,” reached No. 1 on the Mediabase chart in April 2019.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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Brian Kelley Finds A Solo Home

Brian Kelley Finds A Solo Home

Earlier this year Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard announced that while Florida Georgia Line would continue, both guys would also be venturing out to do their own musical projects. As their FGL song “Long Live” is knocking on the door to number-1, Tyler is also climbing the chart with Tim McGraw and their duet “Undivided.”

Now, Brian is giving fans a taste of what’s to come with his solo project – he shared, “There’s a new kind of cowboy in town…who’s ready to ride this wave? Can’t wait for y’all to hear this new music.”

Brian also made some news in announcing that he’s partnering with Warner Music Nashville when it comes to any future solo projects he has, “I couldn’t be more grateful for everyone who has helped me on my journey to get here. I’m humbled to team up with Warner Music Nashville to take the music I’ve been dreamin’ and schemin’ up to the next level. This is just the beginning of a whole new adventure. My vision for what’s next is a vibe and state of mind – get ready to ride the wave with ya Beach Cowboy, y’all!”

Photo Credit: Ben Christensen