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Joe Lasher to Release Acoustic EP April 3rd

Joe Lasher
 Cover Photo: Ford Fairchild

Joe Lasher, the 23-year old magnetic country music entertainer follows up his latest single “Messed Up” by introducing fans to a more intimate version of his music with the release of his acoustic EP, The Hurricane Mills Sessions, on April 3rd. The four-song EP, which is produced by Grammy nominee Dave Brainard (Brandy Clark, Jerrod Neimann and Jenny Tolman), features three original tracks and a cover of Eric Church’s “Record Year,” was recorded in Joe’s home-studio located outside of Nashville in the small town of Hurricane Mills, TN. 

The Hurricane Mills Sessions Track List:

  1. Messed Up – written by Joe Lasher & Josh Byrd
  2. Beer Would be Good Right Now – written by Joe Lasher & Josh Byrd
  3. That’s Gonna Get You Kissed – written by Jeremy Stover, Jesse Frasure & Rhett Akins
  4. Record Year (Cover) – written by Eric Church & Jeff Hyde

Accompanying each track off of The Hurricane Mills Sessions are performance videos, which were filmed on the 300-acre farm that Joe lives on and maintains. The next acoustic video release will be on April 10th featuring the song “Beer Would be Good Right Now.”

Touring and releasing music an independent artist, Joe has been capturing the attention of fans and radio stations across the Southeast since the age of 16. Additionally, he has shared stages with the biggest names in country including Brett Young, Old Dominion, Ashley McBryde, Russell Dickerson and Locash, to name a few.

Since moving to Nashville in 2018, Joe has been focused on building his career as a songwriter and artist, most recently working with mega-producer Jeremy Stover (Justin Moore, Travis Denning and Lonestar), and Chris Stevens, who produced his latest single “Messed Up,” which is available on all major streaming platforms.

“Releasing The Hurricane Mills Sessions gives me an opportunity to show the world a stripped down version of my music,” says Lasher. “In order to do that, I felt recording the tracks at my home studio in Hurricane Mills was the best way to put this EP together. Music is such a healer, and since there’s so much going on here in Nashville and across the world currently, I hope that when people listen this EP it can be a bit of a break from the loud noises surrounding us at this time.”

Joe was the first Artist to perform on Sugarlands Distilling Company’s “Sippin Sessions” on Saturday March 21st, and will return to play more songs from The Hurricane Mills Sessions on Friday, March 27th and Friday, April 3rd at 4:00PM EST, on Sugarlands Distilling Company’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Joe will follow up the release of “Messed Up” and The Hurricane Mills Sessions with a full band EP expected mid-2020.

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