Nashville, TENN. (September 18, 2015) – Nashville’s grassroots warriors Blackjack Billy are set to release new single “Night Light” on September 18 from their forthcoming project on Reviver Records. The song was written by members Rob Blackledge, Jeff Coplan and Noll Billings and produced by Jeff Coplan. It is available for purchase on iTunes.
Blackjack Billy, composed of Rob Blackledge, Noll Billings, Jeff Coplan and Brad Cummings, made their debut on the country music scene with breakout hit “The Booze Cruise” in 2013. Since then, they released “Why God Made Summertime” and continued to tour across the U.S. and Canada, performing at some of the hottest country festivals and clubs including Boots and Hearts, CMA Music Festival, Calgary Stampede and Country on the River. The band has sold over 400, 000 singles and held the #1 single and album in Australia.
Arguably one of the hardest working bands in the business, Blackjack Billy has a hand in every aspect of creating new music for their fans, and “Night Light” was no exception. A far cry from the party anthems they’re known for, “Night Light” shows a softer side. The song was inspired by long stretches spent out on the road and missing the ones at home. It was written by Blackledge, Coplan and Billings and shows off the musical chemistry that makes Blackjack Billy a band to watch.
“Being songwriters, we’re always working on new music, and “Night Light” is a song that we’re really proud of, ” says Blackledge. “Everything we do, we do for our families, and that’s what we hope to share with this song.”
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