Country Artist Cort Carpenter Introduces New EP “Changing Lanes”

cort-carpenter-changing-lanesNew up and coming country music artist Cort Carpenter just recently released a heavy hitter EP called “Changing Lanes” and it’s hitting home runs.

Currently making his home in Nashville, TN; Carpenter is setting the bar high when it comes to giving 100% for the fans. His style and sound reminds me of Luke Bryan with a twist of Trace Atkins. His vocals are rich and distinctive even in the mix of other new artists in the same category. He has his own style with a twist, his own distinctive vocals and his personality on camera is intoxicating.

10469665_992615660796295_1069157127122414272_n“Let me See Your Koozie” is a fun upbeat summer tune with visions of pool parties, pontoon boats, Dixie cups and pretty girls. It is proof that Cort knows what the country fans of today are looking for and he’s delivered.

Country music could use more like Carpenter, who feel that the traditions and values are just as important in your career as they are in life and it shows in the depth and quality of his music. He’s young but has a respect for the old school traditional country music era by injecting it with a splash of modern day progressive ambiance.

10373705_729444040446793_4034986573513955891_n“Wrong Kinda Right” is filled with a fiery but distant passion, a desire for this one love so bad they have to be good,, yet not meant to be. Filled with modern country expressions there’s something for everyone on Carpenters new EP “Changing Lanes.” Get ready to dance and move to the groove while digging deep in the emotional side of the most elegant part of the ride.

His stage presence is dynamic and the bold out going personality mixed with rocking good country, boot stompin tunes will keep you on your feet. You can’t go wrong with this mix.

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