Trent Harmon offers a bonus to fans eager to hear new music: he recorded “Dream Weaver” as an additional track on the digital version of the Ice Age: Collision Course soundtrack, available now. Amidst introducing his debut single “There’s A Girl” to Country radio and recording tracks for his forthcoming Big Machine Records debut, Harmon worked with producer Ross Copperman to put his own spin on the 1975 hit. Ice Age: Collision Course is now in theaters.
In just two weeks after premiering the “enamoring” music video on Rolling Stone Country, the Arkansas native celebrates another milestone with “There’s A Girl” surpassing 116,000 views. Harmon shared details about filming his first music video as well as the story behind the song, which he co-wrote with Laura Veltz (Eli Young Band, Marren Morris) and Jimmy Robbins (Thomas Rhett, Blake Shelton).
Last week, Harmon traveled to Minneapolis, MN to perform at the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s So The World May Hear Awards Gala. A passionate advocate for the foundation, Harmon shared the stage with labelmates Maddie & Tae, in addition to special guests Jennifer Garner, Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Jay Leno, among others. Hoping his fans can join in on the action, Trent posted a special tribute to the Starkey Hearing Foundation on Instagram, quoting founder William F. Austin.
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