Randall King is how country music is supposed to sound.
The West Texas native has become one of the most promising young stars in the country music scene, with a sound that recalls the classic country sounds of George Strait and Keith Whitley. And we all know that’s exactly what country radio is missing these days.
And today, he released a new EP, Leanna, which is named for King’s sister who passed away earlier this year.
“My sister was there for me through all of those hard times, she was my rock when I didn’t even know it. I could always count on her anytime for a phone call or advice to get me through. She had her struggles herself with anxiety, depression, and chronic pain, but she always got on her feet and took it in stride.”
In addition to the previously released “Hey Moon,” and “Taking It As It Comes,” Randall today released a sentimental call to seize the moment, “Around Forever,” and a cover of the classic country hymn “I’ll Fly Away.”