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May 31

Mo Pitney: An Epitome Of an Old Soul Embracing Real Country Roots

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Mo Pitney
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In a world where changes and innovations can no longer be stopped or modified, all we can do is to accept and live by it. We are truly affected by these changes, but there are things and instances that are still the same. Just like in the country music scheme. There are a lot of new country artists these days; they are gradually booming and embracing the limelight of country music. Yes, they create music that most generation nowadays appreciates. Also, they’re talented, and they sound good. Nevertheless, there a few who genuinely grip the old country and old soul country music. A suitable embodiment of being an old soul is Mo Pitney. It can be realized through his songs such as “Country,” “Clean Up On Aisle Five,” “Love Her Like I Lost Her,” and “Don’t You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me.”

Furthermore, Mo Pitney brings back the legacy of Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, and George Jones as well as the real country soul of George Strait, Allan Jackson, Randy Travis, and other credible country artists.

Mo Pitney…

Pitney is a 24-year-old native of Cherry Valley, Illinois. His name is “Morgan Daniel Pitney” and was born on March 24, 1993. Pitney began playing drums at the age of 6 and guitar at 12. He learned how to play banjo, too. He formerly played with his brother and a friend in a band plainly of Bluegrass Country songs.

When he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, he signed a contract to Curb Records. Currently, he’s working with the producer Tony Brown.

In December 2014, Pitney released his very first anthem “Country.” The song received positive feedback from country music enthusiasts. It is also Pitney’s facade to the heart of the listeners. Besides, Pitney performed at Grand Ole Opry where he received a standing ovation. On the stage, he showcased his talent and love for country music. It has opened doors to more followers and listeners.

He is now a rising star with songs that purely define faith, family, and patriotism. Pitney is a promising, young, and a lucid narrator who plays country music.

Mo Pitney is damn country, and he’s staying true to his roots. His music education is actually inclined to Bluegrass (A form of American roots music, and a related genre of country music.).

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Allan Jackson, Clean Up On Aisle Five, Country, don't you ever get tired of hurting me, George Jones, George Strait, Grand Ole Opry, Johnny Cash, merle haggard, Mo Pitney, Randy Travis


  • […] Mo Pitney seems to possess the same charisma and aura of the late Don Williams: no prancing around, just flow with your music. Like Williams, Pitney relies on the soul and heart he’s giving to each song he plays. That’s quite a risk considering the intense competition with other promising contemporary singers. Nevertheless, he’s proven that pure talent always trumps hypes. He’ll just sit quietly on a chair, begin playing with his guitar, and soon, he’ll have a captivated audience. If that won’t make you remember Don Williams, I don’t know what will. […]

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