Dustin Chapman is not only an award-winning singer/songwriter from Whiteville, NC, but an advocate for rare diseases. He faces an extremely rare esophageal disease called Achalasia that has deteriorated the nerves in his esophagus, left him unable to eat and has the potential to take away his voice. On June 30th – his 23rd birthday – he’ll release Slow Dance; a song about letting the world around you fade away and focusing on the one you love by doing something as simple as dancing.
Right from the start, the power in Chapman’s voice is absolutely breathtaking. This song is a love letter to love, and to your true love – a declaration of needing nothing else but each other. The instrumentation is full and rich but Chapman’s vocal is richer; this man has something truly unique and special to share with the world. This is a classic in the making – one for any time, any day, any season. He might be singing about a romance we’ll remember, but this is a song we’ll remember.
Slow Dance will be released to radio through CDX Nashville on June 30th and is available for pre-save now. On the same day, CountryRadio.UK will broadcast an interview with Dustin on Jess T‘s 2.30pm (GMT) show. Follow Dustin on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter; you can also visit his website and stream his music on Spotify.