On the heels of his first headline tour, “It’s the Ride,” Canadian country artist Aaron Goodvin is excited to be releasing new music. “Country Dance” is set to release globally on July 7 and is the latest, absolutely addictive song from the same team Aaron wrote with on “Lonely Drum;” the double-platinum, award-winning global juggernaut that spawned its own line dance and was featured on the nationally syndicated Bobby Bones show.
“Stepping out on stage to those sold-out crowds re-ignites you,” Aaron says. “And their enthusiastic response to the song whose lyrics inspired the tour name, ‘The Longer I Live’, told me that they’re ready for new music!” So, Aaron is back in the studio co-producing with talented names like Matt McClure and Skip Black, preparing a new batch of songs in Aaron’s signature style; the perfect blend of modern country, ’90s sounds, gritty, soulful vocals, and a knack for songwriting.
The Alberta-born, Nashville-based artist has enjoyed a storied career that includes three critically acclaimed albums, two number one singles, six top 10s, a 2018 CCMA Songwriter of the Year Award, a 2020 JUNO Award nomination for Country Album of the Year, and a tour with Rascal Flatts. He was most recently nominated for two 2022 CCMA Awards – Interactive Artist of the Year and Single of The Year for his second #1 Canadian single, “Boy Like Me,” bringing his career total to eleven nominations.
In addition to being an electrifying live performer, Goodvin is an incomparable singer/songwriter whose music resonates with fans worldwide. His sincere songwriting and gritty soulful voice engage fans who relate to the themes of love, relationships, and life experiences, and his humorous side inspires his fans to escape the complications of those experiences and just have fun!