Filmore Set To Make His National Television Debut May 15th On NBC’s Today Show

Breakout singer-songwriter Filmore is set to make his national television debut May 15th on NBC’s Today Show.

Following the release of his debut country radio single “Slower,” Filmore is forging his anything but typical path in music with songs that are “practically begging to be a hit” (Sounds Like Nashville). With his impressive fanbase, Filmore continues to rack up streams and play to sell-out crowds nationwide, while earning accolades for his “melting-pot sound” (Rolling Stone).

In addition to early features by The New York Times, Spotify, Apple Music, SiriusXM ‘The Highway’ and The Bobby Bones Show, Filmore has landed on several Ones to Watch lists, including: Sounds Like Nashville’s New Country Artists to Watch in 2019 and “Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now” as well as Rolling Stone’s 10 New Country Artists You Need to Know.

“Slower,” was co-written by Filmore, Justin Ebach and Steven Dale Jones and has garnered more than 30 million streams to date, prior to radio impact. The song debuted at #56 on BillboardCountry Airplay and continues to climb the charts.

To listen to “Slower” visit here:

After making a stop at Stagecoach earlier this month, Filmore will also be making his Opry debut on June 14. Filmore has previously toured alongside Sam Hunt, Carrie Underwood, Russell Dickerson, Brett Young, Blake Shelton and Jon Pardi, as well as his own headlining tour dates.

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