David Nail Set To Release New Album
I'm A Fire has started off with a bang by the first single off the album, "Whatever She's Got," reaching GOLD Certification by the RIAA. The hit single, a song that Nail recorded for his wife Catherine, currently sits in the top-10 on the Billboard Country Airplay charts and continues to rise fast.
Nail, who is in one of the best places of his life both artistically and personally, says "There's so many moments on this record that make me think about the last four years that I've been married, and 'I'm a Fire' just sums it all up." He adds "It [the title track] says, 'I've walked through flames, come out on the other end, and the foremost reason is because of you.'"
I'm A Fire boasts 11 tracks including "When They're Gone (Lyle County)" which features harmonies by past tour mates Little Big Town, "Kiss You Tonight" a song that expresses the strong emotion that we all feel at some point in our lives for another, the steamy "Burnin' Bed" and one of the most special moments on the album, the cover of Glen Campbell's "Galveston;" which Nail turns into a duet with in one of country music's best songbirds, Lee Ann Womack.
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