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Marty McIntosh - Love You For The Weekend (2015)

25-03-2015, 13:45
Music | Country | Rock

Marty McIntosh - Love You For The Weekend (2015)

Artist: Marty McIntosh
Title Of Album: Love You For The Weekend
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock/Americana
Label: Major Sound South Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 46:24
Total Size: 107 MB

1. Down (2:43)
2. Taking Back Country (3:05)
3. Love You For The Weekend (3:41)
4. Don't Want Nobody (3:49)
5. Sing Along (2:41)
6. Don't Blame Me (3:12)
7. Don't Count Me Out (4:33)
8. Being With You (4:04)
9. Sign Of The Times (3:38)
10. I'll Just Leave It All Alone (3:36)
11. Love's A Crazy Thing (3:17)
12. Wishing You Were Still With Me (3:38)
13. She Makes Me Look Good (4:21)

Marty McIntosh got his first guitar at age six and wrote his first songs while he was still in grade school. Back then, legends like Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and Elvis kept the eager-to-learn musician’s ears glued to the radio and his hands on his guitar, honing his skills by playing along with his heroes. Later, the songs of Keith Whitely, John Mellencamp, Kenny Rogers and David Frizzell introduced Marty to the style of country music he knew he was born to play, write and sing.

Today, the Pleasure Island, Alabama, resident Billboard Magazine calls a “rising newcomer” has four nationally charted songs to his credit, three of which are from, “The American Night” album produced by David Frizzell, one of Marty’s idols. The title track debuted on WSM during an interview with Bill Cody, the voice of the Grand Ole Opry, and Marty was invited to perform it on the main stage at the Hard Rock Café Nashville and on the world famous Midnight Jamboree, the second oldest running radio show in history.

Other charted songs include, “Looking for Reasons,” “Wouldn’t That Be Great,” “She Makes Me Look Good,” and his #1 hit, “Taking Back Country,” which reached the top spot on LexCountry and IndieWorld last July and also made the New Music Weekly and Music Row charts.

Now in production at Stonewall Studio is Marty’s soulful and inspiring, “Don’t Count Me Out.” The empowering song co-written with his sister Lisa Herald tells the inspiring story of a woman’s fight with ovarian cancer, and will soon be available on iTunes.

Marty has performed at fund raisers for the Redneck Riviera Chapter of Wonderful Wacky Women, and will donate seventy-five per cent of the profits from sales of his uplifting single to the ovarian cancer advocate group’s efforts to raise awareness of the disease and fund medical research.

While he travels the roads, making radio appearances, recording in Nashville and Kentucky, and sharing the stage with such country music notables as Ronnie McDowell, T.G. Sheppard, Razzy Bailey, Little Texas and Collin Raye, Marty is once again glued to the radio. His latest single, “I’ll Just Leave It All Alone,” is getting great air play right now; climbing the charts as fast as the up-and-comer’s fan base is growing.

Visit Marty McIntosh Music on Facebook for a schedule of appearances and to find out when new music is being released. Go to YouTube to sing along with Marty anytime!

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