Country Singer Soldier Jevon Rudder Plans New Album Release
He's now back home having just completing 3 months of advanced military training as part of his role in the reserves / homeland security. Fresh as a daisy he will be, hitting the road and ready for action with his new song "I Feel Country", a rocking high energy ballad as solid anything presently coming out of modern day Nashville, and the best material this reliable singer has ever produced.
A masterful writer of songs, Jevon Rudder hits the right notes with country rock that swells with vibrant energy and soul that captures the pride, hard work, and deep commitment of the soldiers and dedicated families all over North America.
The heart-pounding and foot stomping "I Feel Country" contains sharp, poignant lyrics such as
A Cup of Joe, at the crack of Dawn, and it's off to work all day.
Punch that clock, and bust our butts, and the Man takes half our pay.
I don't know all the rules, there ain't nothin',
You can do, to change my country attitude.
I feel country.
It don't matter if you're Black, White, Red or Brown,
Country music is our drug.
"I Feel Country" is a spit-and-polish-right-on-the-money portrait of a real life modern man and one of the strongest country rock musical testaments to the character and dedication of the men who serve to protect our freedom in the world.
Jevon has an innovative and inclusive country sound. He crosses over on the edge of hot, new country and pop/AC. His soulful voice blends beautifully with the underlying tones of pedal steel guitar. And his lyrics express the depth, and richness of his soul.
Proud father of two children Jevon lives with his wife in Toronto, Ontario Canada. He has continued to play his music while maintaining his obligations to the Army and family. His latest CD album, "The Good, The Bad and the Lucky", is planned for February 2010 release.
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