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Tucker Beathard Launches “KING Storyteller Sessions”

November 10, 2020

Tucker Beathard is giving fans an intimate look into the creative process of his recently-released and praised album KING, launching KING STORYTELLERS SESSIONS today. Joined by co-writers Casey Beathard, Marla Cannon-Goodman, Phil O’Donnell, co-producer and co-writer Ryan Tyndell and hosted by Ashley Eicher, the first episode of the weekly series offers an emotional look into the behind-the-scenes of singer/ prolific-songwriter/ co-producer and multi-instrumentalist Beathard’s deeply personal song “I Ain’t Without You,” available to watch here.

“Since I can remember I’ve channeled my emotions through writing songs,” explained Beathard. “As a fan of music I’m always curious how a song idea comes around and so I thought this series would be a cool way to show what went into making this record. All of the writers in the series are people that have had my back since day one and I’ve been blessed to work with. It’s awesome to be able to share this with them.”

With critics consistently holding high regard for Beathard’s craft, acclaim for KING, the final installment of his 20-plus song opus, has continued to grow:

“13 new songs that show off his songwriter prowess” – Billboard 

“King catapults Beathard towards legendary status as a songwriter, as an artist and as a person that continues to evolve with every note.” – American Songwriter 

“Rock-friendly storytelling… Beathard finds his musical footing by channeling touches of indie rock and a pop-punk aesthetic.” – Tennessean 

“Couched in pungent lyrics and memorable melodies that lean toward his rock tastes. He shows he knows his way around crafting clever country hooks (“One Upper,” “20/10 TN”), but his most soul-piercing tracks, such as “Find Me Here” and “Faithful,” trace a sinner’s journey to redemption.” – PEOPLE  

“KING centers on a boisterous country-rock vibe, throbbing with propulsive energy.” – Music Row 

“Beathard’s storytelling is a highlight of KING, along with his distinctive voice. The album also showcases the Tennessee native’s diverse musical influences.” – Pop Culture

“With all the personal evolution that Beathard has undergone over the last couple of years… the singer’s core artistic identity remains.” – Country Now