Doug McCormick releases his brand new single, “Good Beers Left,” to all digital outlets and streaming services. The track, produced by Marshall Altman (Frankie Ballard, Aaron Watson), is the follow-up to his Sweet Dixie Memory EP, and is the next step in introducing his brand of #mccormickcountry to the masses.
He says of the new track, “I’m excited to continue to tell my story with this song. I feel like it reveals a side of my artistry I haven’t really shown before. Yeah, I’m a simple, laid back kind of guy, but I do like to cut loose from time to time. That’s what this song is all about. For me, ‘Good Beers Left’ is a tip of the hat to some incredible memories, and even more than that, it’s a toast to all of the good times ahead.”
Earlier this year, McCormick enjoyed a 10-week run in the Top 3 of CMT’s 12 Pack Countdown with his video for “Dirt Road Dancin'” from the Sweet Dixie Memory EP. Shortly after, he entered the studio to record “Good Beers Left,” a song he co-wrote with fellow Nashville songwriter, Thomas Archer (“Hurricane – Luke Combs”).
A South Carolina native, Doug moved to Nashville and landed a songwriting deal with BMG/Chrysalis in 2013, and has steadily built a following through grassroots touring and his dynamic live performances around the region and beyond. With this new release, Doug’s profile continues to rise.