Rising country star Red Shahan gives C&I readers a sneak preview of his latest single, “Someone Someday.”
Three years after his successful debut album, Men and Coyotes, country singer Red Shahan is poised to reach a wider audience with his upcoming sophomore album, Culberson County, out March 30.
The talented Texas country rocker has given C&I an exclusive first listen to his latest release, “Someone Someday,” off the new record. The catchy, melodic track takes a laid-back look at aspirations and insecurity. With tongue-in-cheek lines like “rubbernecking all the outlaws,” it’s also a loud commentary on the modern Texas-Americana music scene.
“‘Someone Someday’ is directly pointed at the hungry songwriter in the middle of their long and stubborn career to uphold the sound that they strive to endure throughout. Any genre, any creed anywhere — all musicians and songwriters will hopefully relate if they truly sit and listen,” says Shahan.
Co-written by Shahan, Brett Cobb, and Aaron Raitiere, the track has a sing-along chorus that gives a generous nod to gospel, while its steel-guitar solo and rhythm guitar lean more classic traditional to create a nice blend.
Give “Someone Someday” a listen below.
For more information on Red Shahan and to preorder his upcoming album, Culberson County, visit his website.