Doug McCormick Quenches Thirst with “Good Beers Left”

Doug McCormick is a country music artist originally from South Carolina now residing in Nashville, TN. After the success of his EP “Sweet Dixie Memory,” McCormick is back with an upbeat new single called “Good Beers Left.” McCormick co-wrote the single with Thomas Archer and it’s guaranteed to bring life to any party.

When I first heard this song, my immediate impression was “this is a song that can last all summer and return next year.”  With its light hearted lyrics, catchy beats, and sing along potential, this tune has the ingredients for rocking a small country fair or an arena full of adoring fans.

With lyrics such as “we ain’t even seen our best years yet” and “we still got a lot of hell to raise,” McCormick captures the essence of the typical country lifestyle experience. Who doesn’t love riding around in a truck with the windows rolled down on the way to a lake to have some drinks with friends? This track is definitely a good choice for radio stations as it’s upbeat and easily recognizable.

I had a chance to see a Doug McCormick show live last year during a vacation in Nashville and it still stands as one of the highlights of my entire trip. This new single can only prove to further enhance his rising career and I highly encourage anyone who’s a fan of a good time to check him out if you ever get a chance.

McCormick has recently posted on various social media outlets about progress on making a music video for the single and the release party is planned for Tuesday, August 29th at 3rd and Lindsley at 6 pm.

You can find “Good Beers Left” available on iTunes, Google Play, and Apple Music and don’t forget to check it out on the  CMT Listen Up playlist on Spotify!  

Author: Country Cadre

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