David Adam Byrnes

“Sweet Distraction”

Better Angels Music

“Sweet Distraction” is the country radio debut for David Adam Byrnes, and it goes for adds Monday, July 19. The song was written by Andi Zack and Better Angels writer Josh Thompson (Columbia Nashville) and produced by industry veteran Rob Rappaport and Tom Drenon for Better Angels Music.

Born and raised in Sherwood, Arkansas, Byrnes has had the dream of being a country singer since his parents took him to his first George Strait concert. By the time he reached high school, he had the opportunity to be one of the opening acts for Hank Williams Jr., among others. After selling out local clubs in Arkansas such as the Hollywood Country Club, Bad Bob’s, and The Rock City Lounge, his name has become known across the state.

To quote one of Byrnes’ songs, “he loves a bar room band, has worn a cowboy hat, cranks his music up loud, loves his family, respects his country, has known heartache, has been called a backwoods redneck…” That should give listeners a little clue as to who he is musically and personally.


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