Sunday, January 25, 2015

One Flew South Alum Eddie Bush Releases New Solo Album, Wide Open World

Those familiar with the country music landscape will certainly remember the harmonic trio One Flew South that charted a couple of songs a few years back like "My Kind of Beautiful" and "Life."  The trio scattered to the wind following their stint on Decca (short of a single-show reunion planned at the Golf & Guitars Music Festival coming up in May), but singer/songwriter and terrific guitarist Eddie Bush never stopped following his dream and has just released a brand new solo album this week entitled Wide Open World.

Wide Open World is truly a collaboration between Eddie Bush and long time producer Dave Matthews. Says Bush, "The result is a collection of songs that is both invigorating musically, and lyrically poignant. It is a real journal of sonic expression, aimed at the challenge associated with moving forward after tough experiences, finding the always waiting Wide Open World, easy to see, difficult to attend. This is art, that comes complete with big choruses and beautiful musical interlude, combining pop sensibility with intelligent lyric and arrangement."

Eddie became a veteran of the Southeastern music scene with multiple CD releases to his credit before taking it to the national level in 2005 with his Infinity Nashville debut CD, Eddie Bush. The disc produced the Billboard Hot Country Single "Hard To Stop A Train", as well as a video of the tune, which earned rotation on several music related TV channels, including Great American County (GAC). Wide Open World is his fifth solo project outside of his One Flew South experience.

Wide Open World Track listing

1 Natural High
2 The Love I Wanna Make
3 Do My Thing
4 Chapter Two
5 Hellbent On Helpless
6 Walkin' Shoes
7 Buffalo
8 One Sided Conversation
9 That Kind of Man
10 Had to Have Her
11 Left Behind
12 Another Dream (That Got Away)
13 Wide Open World

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