CMT Music World Premiere: “You Heard It Here First” The Power Ballad From Walker Montgomery

CMT will world premiere “You Heard It Here First,” the soaring power ballad from emerging country star Walker Montgomery.  The clip, out today, is Montgomery’s second music video and also the second in succession to be featured by CMT Music.

From his new EP, “SIMPLE TOWN, “You Heard It Here First,” written by Devin Dawson, Kyle Fishman and Jordan Walker, is a beautiful anthem that gently salutes love at first sight. It is a lesson in chivalry as Walker serenades the object of his affection imploring:

“If you’ve never been told you’re more beautiful every single time that you smile/If no one’s ever said to you everything you do just keeps on driving me wild/If nobody’s pulled you close and never let you know they’ll never let you go before/And told you that you’re so much more than any man deserves/
You heard it here first”

Walker’s enthusiastic fan base can begin voting for “You Heard It Here First” on CMT’s 12-Pack starting Friday, March 8th. The video airs on CMT Music today between 11:30 am-10:30 pm and then on March 7th between 2:00 am and 5:30 am, Eastern Time.

See it online HERE.

Fans can hear Walker perform his newest single, along with the title track of his EP, “Simple Town,” and “Just Say When” as the singer-songwriter hits the following stages this spring and summer:

3/16:    Macon, GA – The Crazy Bull

3/21:    Charleston, SC – Music Farm (with Jon Langston)

3/22:    Savannah, GA – Saddle Bags (with Jon Langston)

3/23:    Okaloosa Island, FL – The Gulf (with Tracy Lawrence)

5/3:      Richmond, KY – Bourbon, Boots and BBQ

6/22:    Mt. Vernon, KY – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center

7/14:    Norridge, IL – 2019 Island in the City Festival

8/21:    Weyauwega, WI – Waupaca County Fairgrounds

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Walker Montgomery, click HERE.



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