COLD CREEK COUNTY RELEASE NEW SINGLE GOLD TODAY!
NEW TRACK FEATURES RCA NASHVILLE RISING STAR RACHEL WAMMACK
9 DATE GOLDEN HEARTS ONTARIO HEADLINE TOUR STARTS APRIL 4TH
(Toronto , ON – March 29th) Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc. country music group and 3x Country Music Association (Ontario) “Group of the Year” Cold Creek County release their new single “Gold” today! The new track features RCA Nashville singer-songwriter, Rachel Wammack, and was written by notable songwriters Ryan Hurd (Maren Morris, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan), Brent Anderson (Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow, Florida Georgia Line) and Gordie Sampson (Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Faith Hill). “Gold” follows the successful string of hit songs from Cold Creek County including: “Money” (ft. Mitchell Tenpenny), “Homemade” & “Our Town”. The band has amassed over 24 Million streams to date.
Dougie Oliver states, “We knew the second we heard “Gold” for the first time that it was going to be our first single off of our new EP. Rachel‘s Voice was a perfect fit with Josh.
Ryan, thanks for the pitch. We love this song and everything it stands for!!”
“I’m so pumped to be a small part of this track, and to have Rachel on it brings it to another level. We knew when we wrote it that “Gold” was a hit. Thank you CCC.” – Ryan Hurd
Listen and download “Gold” HERE
Cold Creek County celebrate brand new music for 2019 with their signature multi-part vocal harmonies now complimented by the stunning vocals of RCA Nashville singer-songwriter Rachel Wammack. “Gold” is the first release of new music in 2019 as the band preps for their next EP! Cold Creek County guitarist Josh Lester now holds the reins centre stage, moving from harmony singer to front man of this five piece. This is a subtle change that fits right in with the band that includes Josh’s brother Justin Lester (Bass, Vocals), Jordan Honsinger (Acoustic Guitar, Banjo), Dougie Oliver (Drummer) and Trevor MacLoed (Guitar). Like most of Cold Creek County, Josh grew up in a small town musical family, one that cared about getting the music right with his craft diligently nurtured from the brothers father Emory Lester, one of the foremost exponents of acoustic mandolin and bluegrass.
Cold Creek County are ready to embark on a 9 date Ontario Golden Hearts Tour to road test the new single for their dedicated fanbase. Starting on Thursday April 4th in Kingston the band criss-cross their way through the entire province performing their hit songs and high energy live set ending in Parry Sound on April 25th.
ONTARIO GOLDEN HEARTS HEADLINE TOUR DATES:
Thursday April 4th, 2019 – Kingston – The Ale House
Friday April 5th, 2019 – Ottawa – Barrymores Music Hall
Saturday April 6th, 2019 – Sudbury – Caruso Club
Sunday April 7th 2019 – Sault St Marie – The Machine Shop
Thursday April 11th, 2019 – St. Catharines – Warehouse Concert Hall
Friday April 12th, 2019 – Kitchener (opening for Justin Moore) – Lot 42
Saturday April 13th, 2019 – Barrie –The Ranch
Sunday April 14th, 2019 – Oshawa –The Music Hall
Thursday April 25th, 2019 – Parry Sound – The Stockey Centre
Cold Creek County have consistently collected accolades for their vocals and live performances with multiple nominations and awards from the CMA Ontario, CCMA and JUNO Awards since the debut album “Till The Wheels Come Off” and their follow up EP “Homemade.” “Gold” is produced by and mixed Scott Cooke (Florida Georgia Line, Nickelback) and Dougie Oliver. Cold Creek County are managed by Kevin ‘Chief’ Zaruk at Chief Music (Florida-Georgia Line, Dallas Smith, Chris Lane, and Joey Moi) and co-managed with band leader Doug Oliver. Expect new Cold Creek County music and extensive touring in 2019.
Collaborating on “Gold” is Nashville rising star Rachel Wammack who songwriting and stunning vocals are already charming fans everywhere. Her own Rachel Wammack EP was produced by Dann Huff and marks the first commercial release to come from the native of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and was influenced heavily from the rich music history of her hometown. Discovered at 17 by Sony Music Nashville while performing in Muscle Shoals, her label deal was cemented in 2018 and she is now managed by the legendary Clarence Spalding (Brooks & Dunn). Rachel’s influences include Adele, Otis Redding, Carrie Underwood and Sam Smith and she honed her craft not only as vocalist, but as a songwriter.
Made possible with the support of the Ontario Creates