BREAKTHROUGH TEXAS ARTIST BART CROW’S SINGLE “LITTLE BIT OF LUCK” TOPS THE TEXAS REGIONAL RADIO REPORT CHART
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BREAKTHROUGH TEXAS ARTIST BART CROW’S SINGLE “LITTLE BIT OF LUCK” TOPS THE TEXAS REGIONAL RADIO REPORT CHART

New Album Dandelion Available Everywhere Today 9/18

 
Bart Crow Publicity Photo
 
     
     
Photo Credit: Holly Bronko for Bart Crow
 
Nashville, TN - (September 18, 2012) – For breakthrough Texas Artist Bart Crow, it is more than just a little luck that his infectious single “Little Bit Of Luck” scores the No. 1 spot on the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR) Chart this week while his new album, Dandelion, is released today, September 18.

“Man, what a perfect circle! The honor to have a No. 1 single the same week that my new record is released is icing on the cake,” shares Bart Crow. “I’ve never been more excited about a record release and I’m pumped to see what the future has in store.”

Recorded with producer (and Pat Green drummer/co-producer) Justin Pollard and members of Green's band, along with keyboardist Michael Ramos and guitarist David Grissom, Dandelion captures Bart's music at its edgy and intelligent best in a truly defining collection. For an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of the record, Y’all Wire will be premiering Bart’s 20-minute documentary on Tuesday, September 25. Tune in at www.yallwire.com.

To celebrate the album release, Bart will be appearing on Good Day Austin and  performing at the Nutty Brown KVET Music Series on Wednesday, September 19.

With one chart topper, two more Top 5's, one Top 10 and four Top 20's on the Texas Music Chart and over 30,000 albums and downloads sold, Bart Crow has hit multiple milestones in his career, solidifying him as one of the most dynamic live bands in the Texas/Red Dirt scene and beyond. At the heart of a good show are great songs, and Bart is known for his honest and relatable writing. Songs like the No. 1 “Saying Goodbye,” “Run With The Devil,” and “Wear My Ring” are what keeps him burning it up on the road nearly 200 days a year and on the charts. Now with the release of Dandelion, Bart has positioned himself for the breakthrough his fans have long known was coming.

For tour dates and more, www.bartcrowmusic.com
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