Tri-City Ledger -

Nashville music signs Atmore native

 

November 22, 2018



Atmore native and Nashville recording artist Ricky Crook has signed with MC1 Nashville. Ricky started at an early age because of his grandparents' Sunday evening jams in south Alabama.

Now, Ricky’s stage presence connects and engages his audiences with years of stage experience. "We are proud to announce that veteran country music artist Ricky Crook has signed with MC1 Nashville," says Darlene Fowler, CEO of MC1 Nashville. "We are also delighted to announce that Ricky will be releasing his new single ‘In My Truck’ after the new year.

Visit http://www.rickycrookmusic.com or Facebook for more details

Crook caught the music bug early in life listening to his family play guitars and singing on Sunday evening jam sessions on his grandparents' porch in rural south Alabama.

By the age of 10 he was learning to play guitar and honing his musical skills. At 16, he became well known locally and now, his is recognized in the Southeast. Ricky’s rich powerful vocal range can produce heart wrenching country ballads to country Rock and Blues. Ricky plays multiple instruments and has played in several bands over the years and now performs with his band Horseshoe Halo, in addition to solo acoustic shows.

Ricky's time is spent between south Alabama and Nashville performing live shows from clubs, fairs and music festivals. Ricky’s stage presence connects and engages his audiences. As a passionate songwriter, he has penned “Heartbroke in Nashville,” “My old flames,” and his new "In My Truck," which is the same names as his recent three song EP recorded in Nashville. A new album is in the works with Key Productions in Nashville.

 
 

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