Styles Haury is gearing up for the release his debut album, One Life Ain’t Enough, on Jan. 28. In anticipation of the new album, Haury has released “Country Kids Do,” the latest in a series of autobiographical singles from the forthcoming debut project.
Written by Haury, David Frasier, Mitch Oglesby, and James Kelly, the new track paints a picture of the lifestyle Haury knows from growing up in northeast Ohio, including memories with his father hunting, fishing, riding motorcycles, playing music, and more.
“Country Kids Do” is the follow up to Haury’s debut single, “A Man That Didn’t Know Nothin,” written by Haury, Jeremy Bussey and Bobby Hamrick.
“It’s really the story of my life so far, and the journey it took to get where I am today,” Haury says of the upcoming album. “I am about to be 27, and I know that may not seem like not a long time… I’ve lived a quarter of a life. But that’s a quarter of a dollar.”
After forming his first band in the 4th grade, Haury continued to write country music out of his dad’s garage. He has earned opening tour slots with Jake Owen, Brantley Gilbert, Brett Eldredge, Chris Jansen, Dwight Yoakam and Darius Rucker.
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