Temecula Road Set To Release New Single “Everything Without You” September 29th

Country trio Temecula Road is excited to announce the release of their new single “Everything Without You” set for September 29th on all digital platforms.

Armed with voices well beyond their years, the teen trio delivers a stunning performance with “Everything Without You.” Written by Nashville hit-makers Tom Douglas (“The House That Built Me”), Caitlyn Smith (“Like I’m Gonna Lose You”) and Nick Brophy (“Trip Around The Sun”), the song flawlessly features Temecula Road’s trademark harmonies.

This song has been one of our favorites since we first heard the demo.” The group adds, “It was co-written by Tom Douglas, who is one of the great songwriters in Nashville. We felt a strong connection to the song’s message of unconditional love, it’s very relatable.”

To add to the excitement, it was announced earlier today that Temecula Road will be returning to the Stagecoach Music Festival on April 29th, 2018, taking the main stage alongside Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Lee Brice, Kenny Rogers, Kane Brown, Aaron Watson and more.  Tickets go on sale on September 22nd, check here for more information on the festival.

This follows the news of the group being added to the 2017 bill for C2C’s Country Music Week taking place in London in October alongside Little Big Town, Eric Paslay and being added as opener for Sara Evans dates in Spring 2018.

The trio was also added to the lineup for the 26th Annual Magnificent Mile Lights Festival in Chicago, which rings in the 2017 holiday season culminating in an evening tree-lighting parade along North Michigan Avenue on Friday November 17th.

The trio can now add celebrating one million Spotify streams for their previous single “Hoping” to their list of accomplishments this year which includes debut performances at C2C Country Music Festival in London, Stagecoach Music Festival and the CMA Music Festival where they performed on the Radio Disney Country stage.

For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Temecula Road, visit their website and follow them on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


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