New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Exactly one month until the release date for Ray Scott's new album, Guitar For Sale, Whiskey Riff is debuting the lyric video for the project's lead single "Livin' This Way." The personal track sets the tone for Scott's sixth studio album, for which he wrote/co-wrote each of the 11 songs.
An ode to love that has been lost, the song's heartbreakingly honest lyrics read:
Livin' this way'll maybe take me to my grave a little earlier than most / But it won't change until I kill all of this pain find a better way to go / Though you might say / It ain't okay / Livin' this way
"'Livin' This Way' is based on a classic country music theme - pain," said Scott. "In keeping with my habit of honesty in songwriting, I thought it was a good way to introduce this new project."
Guitar For Sale is distributed through The Holland Group / Sony/RED. Pre-order it now on iTunes, Amazon and RayScott.com.
About Ray Scott:
Ray Scott has built up an impressive career over the past decade. His 2005 debut album My Kind of Music
racked up sales of over 100,000 units, and became the # 1 Country Album on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, and his "Those Jeans" single has sold over 300,000 copies - all from the song's exposure on SiriusXM. He has tallied four No. 1 singles in the United Kingdom, accounted for over one million Spotify streams, and over 711,000 new views on YouTube. Scott has also performed on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry over sixty times in his career. The entertainer has also tasted success as a songwriter, with cuts from superstars Trace Adkins, Clay Walker
and Country Music
Hall of Fame member Randy Travis
to his credit.