“Steve Richard paints a warm picture of rural America with ‘Eighty Acre Church’ and our listeners can truly relate. It’s a great song, and I know I’ll never look at an old man on a tractor the same way again!”
Lee Richey, PD/MD, WCJW/Warsaw, NY
“Steve Richard is one of the most talented, insightful singer/songwriters in today’s country music scene. ‘Eighty Acre Church’ gives the listener hope that no matter what challenges you’re faced with, you will survive with your faith.”
Clanci Whatley, PD/MD WQSI/Auburn, AL
“Steve Richard ‘Stomp’ed his way right onto our airwaves and now with ‘Eighty Acre Church,’ he has embraced our souls. Cruising down a Texas Hill Country highway with the tune playing over the hum of the tires, you look out across fields and understand… you’re not alone.”
Dawn Dale, PD, KNAF/Fredericksburg, TX
Steve Richard’s latest single “Eighty Acre Church” speaks to rural core American values and can be found on his second album Up To Somethin’, which was produced by Phil O’Donnell (Craig Morgan). “Eighty Acre Church” recently garnered Richard nominations at the Inspirational Country Music Awards, where he was named the New Artist of the Year.
Richard’s musical journey has never been about labels. A dynamic performer, he has toured with rockers like Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Dickey Betts, as well as country greats Dierks Bentley, Montgomery Gentry and Craig Morgan. “Stomp,” from his self-titled first album, ignited a line dance craze and became an interactive video game, while his “Bridge Back Home” became an anthem for the National Wrestling Alliance. Fans among the Christian music community also took to the debut Steve Richard, which was produced by John Rich and Michael Bradford (of Uncle Kracker fame).
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