NEW MUSIC – Sarah Harralson – Put A Rock On This Rolling Stone

Sarah Harralson - Put A Rock On This Rolling Stone

Sarah Harralson released Put a Rock on This Rolling Stone last month.  A Knoxville native, Harralson has been writing songs since the age of ten, citing her grandfather as her biggest musical influence.  A year after releasing
her debut EP in 2014, she was discovered by Scotty Schultz, drummer of Shooter Jennings. Scotty opened up
his publishing company, Raindrop Music LLC, in 2015 and signed her right away. Her song “Radio Static” would take her to her current publishing deal with Johnny Garcia (lead guitar, Garth Brooks) at Busy at Play Publishing.

 

 

Put A Rock On This Rolling Stone is delightfully mellow with a retro vibe – there are tinges of both The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac in the musicality and the lyrical delivery of this song.  The message is heartfelt, about a wild child finding ‘the one’ and finally being ready to slow down, put down roots and start the next chapter of life.

 

About the song, Harralson says:

(It) was written with my producer, Johnny Garcia, last year. He had the title in his phone, and it really stuck with me, so we decided to chase it. The song is very relatable to me as a person because it is about someone who is a free spirit and is very independent, but they are willing to settle down once they find the right person to spend their life with. I think many people, especially those around my age, can relate to this.

 

This song feels like something you could hear on the radio, at the top of the country charts, or on any one of your country favourites playlists.  I know it’s about to be on mine.

 

PUT A ROCK ON THIS ROLLING STONE is available now and you can listen to it here or watch the music video.  You can visit Sarah’s website or follow her on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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