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Steve Moakler Keeps It Real With Debut Self-Titled EP

Steve Moakler just released his debut, self-titled EP, and it serves as a solid introduction to the country newcomer. Landing on several Artists to Watch lists for 2016, including ours, this release further solidifies the impact he’s had on the industry thus far.

Comprised of 5 tracks, 4 of which were co-written by Moakler, the well balanced EP offers listeners a collection of quality music. Featured single “Suitcase,” written by Thomas Rhett, Luke Laird, and Barry Dean, has been released to radio and will make for a great addition to the country radio airwaves. The mid-tempo, catchy tune focuses on being happy & content, while everyone around you is constantly chasing the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

From the blue-collar track of “Steel Town,” to the cool, fresh vibe of “Love Drunk,” and each song in between, Moakler manages to make each track new and unique, regardless if it’s a subject we’ve likely heard before. The country newcomer keeps it real and honest on this album, and fans will likely identify with and embrace each song immediately.

Steve Moakler will be showcasing his new music out on the road this spring on his headlining “Suitcase Tour.” For a list of tour dates, please click here.

Pick up your copy the debut, self-titled Steve Moakler EP on iTunes here. Be sure to call in and request his leading single “Suitcase” at a local country radio station near you.

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