Friday, January 14, 2011

New Music Friday- Eddie Bush From One Flew South Releases "Calloused Hands"

In 2006, Eddie Bush became a member of a new critically-acclaimed country music trio, One Flew South, and was signed to Decca/Universal. With collaborations from award-winning songwriters JD Souther, Darrell Scott and Marcus Hummons, One Flew South debuted its first album “Last of the Good Guys”, producing its first, and Eddie’s second, Billboard Hot Country single “My Kind of Beautiful”.

A passionate advocate of music education, in 2009, Eddie has also partnered with EdisonLearning and developed a curriculum focusing on the importance of songwriting and music. Eddie wrote EdisonLearning’s theme song “Power of You”, and travels to schools nationwide where he visits and sings with students, further encouraging their love and appreciation for music.

Eddie has released a solo single called "Calloused Hands," currently up for vote at, a site where indie artists can have their songs compete against one-another. This new song is currently #1 out of several hundered songs. Listen to the song below and then go to the site and cast your vote if you like it.

Eddie at OurStage

Vote for Eddie/Calloused Hands in New Country Artist contest

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