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Waterloo Revival Debuts New Single “Hit The Road” To Country Radio

The guys of ‘Waterloo Revival’ may be new to Nashville scene, but they are already making their mark on Country music with the release of their debut single, ‘Hit the Road,’ which is now available on iTunes.

The new duo’s hit single, written by George Birge and Cody Cooper as well as songwriters Dustin James and Jason Carter, has already gotten the attention of some new fans through airplay on SiriusXM’s ‘The Highway.’ (Channel 56)

George and Cody began their collaboration of song writing together in Austin, TX at the age of fifteen. Ten years later they have proved that hard work really does pay off! In 2012, Waterloo Revival was introduced with high-energy live shows that offered fans a combination of southern rock influence with just enough Nashville polish giving their music an authentically unique sound.

“We’ve had such a great time performing for the people of Austin but are so excited to take the next step musically with our move to Nashville,” said George. “It is a dream come true to work with Scott and the team at Big Machine. We are so thankful for their support with ‘Hit The Road’ and can’t wait for more fans to hear it.”

‘Hit The Road’ will come to country radio on February 9th and we can expect more new music from Waterloo Revival as they are currently working on their debut album.

Click HERE to listen to ‘Hit The Road’

Cody also added, “The love that we have received for the single has been so overwhelming. We’ve worked hard to make music that the fans will enjoy and are excited to share more soon.”

Waterloo Revival joins the many successful superstars Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts as well as up and coming new talent, Laura Bell Bundy, The Cadillac Three, Seth Alley, Lauren Jenkins and Danielle Bradbery with Big Machine Records.

For the latest updates and more information, follow Waterloo Revival on Twitter or visit their website at www.WaterlooRevival.com

 

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