Scott Brantley Has A Good Thing Going With His First Single Release To Country Radio
Good Thing Going sums up the old dating advice that opposites sometimes do attract. The verses are complete with catchy comparisons, like the opening line, “She’s all yogurt and granola, I’m scrambled eggs and cheese.” These witty verses lead up to the simple, yet get-stuck-in-your-head choruses focusing on what a good thing going they have.
“She's got fashion figured out, my britches got holes in the knees.”
A Georgia boy, born and raised in the small town of East Dublin, Scott Brantley grew up in the heart of blue collar America in a musically gifted family. Walking the line between traditional and modern country, he uses the term “country-country” to describe his style of music. When listening to his songs, it's clear to see the influence some of his favorite artists had on him, including: Merle Haggard, George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Keith Whitley.
Proving himself as a real high-energy performer, Scott has opened up for artists such as: Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Craig Morgan, Jamey Johnson, and many others. He was also the frontman of an award winning band who was named "Georgia Artist of the Year" and three-time "Georgia Country Band of the Year". Also an accomplished songwriter, Scott has collaborated with: Larry McCoy, Carson Chamberlain, Mike Dekle, Wade Kirby, Jimmy Yeary, Bernie Nelson and other notables.
“Sometimes I just look at her, sitting right by my side and I can't help but to think of how lucky I am, to have her along for this ride.”
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