FIRST LISTEN: Gary Quinn – ‘I Remember’ EP

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Three-time British Country Award winner Gary Quinn releases his new EP tomorrow (2nd September) and you can take a listen now.

Here’s what Gary had to say about the new release.

“I’m really fired up to get the new EP out to the fans as although I’ve retained a lot of the ‘Gary Quinn’ sound from my debut album I think the team have also added a little more edge to some of the recordings, ‘Shame’ for example. I feel I’ve also held true to the lyric being the strongest part of the song which is core to why I’m first and foremost a country fan and then a country performer.”

“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.”

  Get the EP here
  Gary Quinn Tour Dates
  • 5 Sept – Cluny 2, Newcastle (with Luke & Mel)
  • 6 Sept – Broadcast, Glasgow (with Luke & Mel)
  • 7 Sept – Gullivers, Manchester (with Luke & Mel)
  • 8 Sept – The Islington, London (with Luke & Mel)
  • 26 Sept – Butlin’s Country Music Festival, Skegness
  • 12 Nov – Vaqueros Country Music Weekend, Filey

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Having been a music lover from an early age I have a broad musical taste, but for the past few years it has been totally Country Music focused. I enjoy Traditional Country, as well as many of its cousins, such as Americana, Honky-Tonk, Outlaw Country and Bluegrass. Having experienced the rapid growth of the country in the UK over the past couple of years, I created 'Nashville Over Here' to provide media-rich content to encourage the growth of the genre within the UK.