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Tucker Beathard Moving Beyond 'Rock On' With New Music

10/22/2016
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Tucker Beathard

(Radio.com) For a few months now, Tucker Beathard has been on country radio thanks to his song "Rock On." But now, with the release of his debut EP, Fight Like Hell, he's happy that some of his other songs are out there.

"It's kind of like a weight off my shoulders," he tells Radio.com. "To finally get some more stuff out. I've had these songs for so long and I've been dying to have more people hear them, and see more of who I am as an artist. It's only six songs, but that's a lot better than just one. I've been fired up for a long time."

Still, having played around the country opening for Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban, he enjoyed the audiences response's to his big hit. "It's been fun playing it live, because people know it and they sing it."

He notes that the song, which he wrote two years ago when he was 19, isn't autobiographical. He hasn't yet met the woman who he's wanted to put a "rock on." "You meet girls here and there and keep in touch with them, and if I wasn't doing what I was doing, I could be a normal boyfriend maybe'" he trails off. Read more here.

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