“Songs We Sang” is Available Now; Listen HERE

“Stupid” Debuted on Billboard’s Top Country Songs Chart Two Weeks Ago,
Marking the ONLY Charting Song by an Unsigned Artist
Photo Courtesy of Iconic Entertainment Group
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Memories of the past often fade over time, but not the “Songs We Sang.” A native son of Nashville with a distinguished musical pedigree, singer/songwriter Levi Hummon taps the connection we have to songs that stay vibrant long after lesser details wilt with time with his thoughtful new single.

“Songs We Sang,” with its bouncy, throwback feel and contemporary message is available now at retail and streaming. With a voice Rolling Stone has compared to Ed Sheeran, Hummon is more self-aware than self-conscious: “Don’t remember the blur of them nights/We partied like we got paid/and after all of this time/I still remember the songs we sang.”

“As I’ve grown older I’ve noticed my memories of high-school, and growing up in Nashville, are beginning to fade,” says Hummon. “Now, there is a kind of golden nostalgic glow around that period of my life. The crazy thing is, I still remember every single word to every song I used to crank up in my Mom’s old minivan. “Songs We Sang” is about those memories, that feeling, and the realization that you may be getting older, but you can still reach back in time, and even sing along.”

“Songs We Sang,” which was written by Hummon, Matt McVaney and Kylie Sackley, is the anticipated follow up to his hit “Stupid,” which has been the only song by an unsigned artist on the Billboard Top Country Songs chart for the last two consecutive weeks and has amassed over 10 million streams. And fans can further go down the rabbit hole with Hummon’s powerful ballad, “Love Heals,” a deeply meaningful duet with Alison Krauss that features their vocals intertwining like spring ivy.

The son of country songwriter Marcus Hummon and a visionary pastor Becca Stevens, Hummon grew up with an appreciation for the subtle shades between hardship and happiness. He’s seen his dad win GRAMMY awards for hits like Rascal Flatts' "Bless the Broken Road," and watched as his mom worked to give abused and exploited women a better life through her Nashville-based charity, Thistle Farms, which helps survivors of sex trafficking, prostitution and addiction.

Hummon wrote "Love Heals" with his father as a tribute to the women of Thistle Farms and the resilience of the human heart with lyrics including: “Never seen a broken heart/one shattered and torn apart/that couldn’t come back together.”

It’s a message that Hummon has been taking around the world as a frequent participant in high-profile songwriter showcases including the popular CMA Songwriters Series, where he participated in recent shows in Toronto and the sold-out series return to London in October during Country Music Month, where he built an enthusiastic fan base.

Hummon is headed back to the U.K. this weekend for Country To Country (C2C) Music Festival followed by several dates including Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol and London as part of the first C2C Roadshow with Kristian Bush of Sugarland.

Hummon has worked with notable songwriters including Jimmy Robbins, Shane McAnally, Andrew Dorff, Josh Osborne, Jonathan Singleton, Nathan Barlowe, Brandy Clark and Trevor Rosen, among many others. Hummon also wrote with legendary entertainer Steven Tyler on the rocker’s single “Red, White and You,” which hit No. 1 in Italy.

He is a nimble writer who can easily traverse the span between commercial appeal and artistic integrity, but he is an equally gifted performer with an eagerness that is addictive and an on-stage bravado beyond his 25-years.

Hummon has toured with Frankie Ballard, Kelsea Ballerini, Billy Currington, Hunter Hayes, Sam Hunt, Kip Moore, David Nail, Michael Ray and A Thousand Horses, and has captured the attention of some of the most notable industry outlets, including being named “One to Watch” by Rolling Stone Country and making his debut on the Grand Ole Opry.

Catch Levi Hummon on the road in the United Kingdom:

March 10 – BBC Radio 2 Stage – The O2 London, U.K.
March 10 – Town Square Stage – The O2 London, U.K.
March 11 – Town Square Stage – The O2 London, U.K.
March 13 – O2 ABC – Glasgow, U.K.
March 14 – O2 Insitute3 Birmingham – Birmingham, U.K.
March 15 – The Ruby Lounge – Manchester, U.K.
March 16 – Thekla – Bristol, U.K.
March 18 – Bush Hall – London, U.K.

Born and raised in Music City, Hummon was surrounded by music greats; however, it wasn’t until he was studying painting in college that he began to explore drawn his dormant musical talents – singing and songwriting – as a way to navigate his life and relationships. He quickly developed his own unique personal sound, often with the help of his father, GRAMMY-Award winning songwriter Marcus Hummon. Hummon soon found himself working with notable songwriters such as Jimmy Robbins, Shane McAnally, Andrew Dorff, Josh Osborne, Jonathan Singleton, Nathan Barlowe, Brandy Clark and Trevor Rosen, among others. Hummon also wrote with legendary entertainer Steven Tyler on his most recent single “Red, White and You.”  Hummon’s single “Guts and Glory” gained national attention from iconic truck brand, Ram Trucks, sponsoring Levi’s 2016 tour and positioning him as the 2017 spokesperson for the Ram Truck brand.

With over 13 million streams in less than a year as an independent artist for “Don’t Waste the Night” and “Stupid,” Hummon has been named one of Entertainment Weekly’s 5 Breaking Artists Now and one of Rolling Stone’s “Artists You Need to Know.” “Stupid,” which debuted on Billboard’s Top Country Songs chart and remained for two weeks as the only song on the chart by an unsigned artist, has reached over 10 million digital streams and was named to Amazon’s 2017 Best of Country Songs list. Hummon’s current single, “Songs We Sang,” is available now.

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